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This study has two parts: a cross-sectional study that explores associations between parental EE and levels of emotional and behavioural problems in young people with ASD; and a longitudinal study.
Problem gambling and family violence: Findings from a population-representative study. J Behav Addict. 2018; 7(3):806-813. Ekholm O, Davidsen M, Larsen CVL, Juel K. A nationwide study of health-related quality of life, stress, pain or discomfort and the use of medicine among problem gamblers. Scand J Public Health. 2018; 46(5):514-521. Germain C, Vahanian A, Basquin A a spol. Brief report.
This feed contains the latest items from the 'Scandinavian Journal of Public Health' source.. Both current and previous problem gambling were negatively associated with physical and mental-health problems. Health professionals should be alert to any signs of these complicating factors when planning the treatment of problem gamblers. PMID: 29143576 (PubMed - as supplied by publisher) (Source.
Few studies have investigated the association between problem gambling (PG) and violence extending into the family beyond intimate partners. This study aimed to explore the association between PG and family violence (FV) in a population-representative sample. It was hypothesized that: (a) PG would be positively associated with FV, even after.
It is unclear if family violence leads to gambling problems, or if gambling problems lead to family violence. For some, gambling-related harms (loss of finances, relationship problems) may result in family violence. For victims of family violence, gambling may be used to cope or escape from the violence. Most research on problem gambling and family.
Problem gambling and family violence: family member reports of prevalence, family impacts and family coping, Asian Journal of Gambling Issues and Public Health, 3, (13), pp. 1-15.
Findings from animals have indeed influenced practices from schools to therapy. Yet the scientific study of the psychology of learning—and especially that with animals—is virtually disappearing from our universities and certainly from training programs in applied psychology. This would be understandable if we had already learned all we can or if new findings were not relevant to current.
This report presents the study findings for the NSW Gambling Survey, 2019. The findings for overall gambling participation amongst the NSW adult population are presented first. The report then focuses on participation in gambling activities amongst NSW adults who had gambled in the last 12 months. Each chapter has been designed and reported as a stand-alone section on key topic areas. Detailed.
Problem gambling and family violence: Findings from a population representative community study. Manuscript in preparation. No causal link, but where there is harm from gambling there is often FV. We think of gambling as a reinforcing factor. But it does not drive violence in an of itself. Work is framed by CTS framework. There is, however, a. lack of gendered research. in this area, which.
In a nationwide survey of the adult population, representative of age, gender, household income and ethnic background, it was found that racism remains a significant problem in Fiji. 64% of those surveyed said that they had been discriminated against in the past 12 months because of their ethnic background. The main area where discrimination was stated to take place was employment, followed by.
The problem with this generalization is that, again, research on the Arizona Life History Battery (and its Short Form, the Mini-K) and related psychometric measures of human LH strategy has produced quite a number of population-representative studies in recent years (e.g., Brumbach, Figueredo, and Ellis, 2009; Brumbach, Walsh, and Figueredo, 2007; Figueredo and Rushton, 2009; Figueredo.
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Problem gambling and family violence: Findings from a population-representative study Nicki A Dowling, Carrie Ewin, George J Youssef, Stephanie S Merkouris, Aino Suomi, Shane A Thomas, Alun C Jackson.
Problem gambling and family violence: Findings from a population-representative study Authors: Nicki A. Dowling 1. Few studies have investigated the association between problem gambling (PG) and violence extending into the family beyond intimate partners. This study aimed to explore the association between PG and family violence (FV) in a population-representative sample. It was.
The findings from both community-representative and treatment-seeking studies suggest that prevalence estimates of psychiatric co-morbidity in treatment-seeking problem gamblers vary widely. There is therefore a need to explore the methodological and clinical factors that may explain these variations in estimates. The heterogeneity in prevalence estimates may be due to differences in the.
Family history and oral health: findings from the Dunedin Family History Study Read Full Text Serotonin transporter gene moderates childhood maltreatment’s effects on persistent but not single-episode depression: Replications and implications for resolving inconsistent results.
The article presents the results of a study on the association between exposure to family violence (i.e., witnessing interparental violence and experiencing parental violence) during childhood and adolescence and adult posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The study was conducted among a self-selected convenience sample of 476 students from Sri Lanka, using a self-administered questionnaire.