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Book List

  1. "Shadow of Chance" By Julian Taber, Ph. D. Dr. Taber is one of the true pioneers in the treatment of pathological gambling.
  2. Addressing Problem Gambling in Alberta. Edmonton, AB: AADAC, 1994. HV 6722 C39 A32 1994
  3. Berman, Linda and Mary-Ellen Siegel. Behind the 8-Ball: A Guide for Families of Gamblers. New York: Fireside/Parkside, 1992. RC 569.5 G35 B48 1992
  4. Casino Gambling and Impacts on Pathological or Problem Gambling. Toronto, ON: Ernst & Young, 1993. HV 6722 C34 C37 1993
  5. Custer, Robert L. When Luck Runs Out: Help for Compulsive Gamblers and Their Families. New York: Facts on File, 1985. RC 569.5 G35 C87 1985
  6. Dickerson, Mark. Gambling: a dependence without a drug. International Review of Psychiatry 1(1/2):157-172 (1989).
  7. Filteau, Marie-Josee, Baruch, Philippe and Pierre Vincent. Le jeu pathologique: une revue de la litterature. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 37(2):84-90 (1992).
  8. Gambling. In Bad Habits: Drinking, Smoking, Taking Drugs, Gambling, Sexual Misbehavior, and Swearing in American History, by John C. Burnham, pp.146-169. New York: New York University Press, 1993. HN 57 B87 1993
  9. Gambling: Views From the Social Sciences. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Pub., 1984. GV 1301 G35 1984
  10. Gaudia, Ronald. Compulsive gambling: refraining issues of control. In The Addiction Process: Effective Social Work Approaches, ed. Edith M. Freeman, pp.237-248. New York, NY: Longman Pub. Group, 1992. RC 533 .A32 1992
  11. The Handbook of Pathological Gambling, edited by Thomas Galski. Springfield, ILL: C.C. Thomas, 1987. RC 569.5 G35 H36 1987
  12. Haubrich-Casperson, Jane. Coping with Teen Gambling. New York: Rosen Pub. Group, 1993. RC 569.5 G35 H38 1993
  13. Knapp, Terry J. Pathological gambling: a review with recommendations. Advances in Behavior Research and Therapy 9(l):21-49 (1987). RC 569.5.G35 K52 1987
  14. Krusyszyn, Igor. Existence, effectance, esteem: from gambling to a new theory of human motivation. International Journal of the Addictions 25(2):159-177 (1990).
  15. LaDouceur, Robert. Prevalence estimates of pathological gambling in Quebec. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 36(10):732-734 (1991).
  16. Legg-England, S. and K.G. Gotestam. The nature and treatment of excessive gambling. Acta Psychiatrica-Scandinavica 84(2):113-120 (1991)
  17. Lesieur, Henry R. Compulsive gambling. Society 29(4):43-50 (1992). RC 569.5 G35 L47 1992
  18. Lesieur, Henry R. Practices in many treatment settings create problems for pathological gambling patients. Addiction Letter 9(lo):1,6-7 (1993).
  19. Lesieur, Henry R. and Sheila B. Blume. When lady luck loses: women and compulsive gambling. In Feminist Perspectives on Addictions, ed. Nan van Den Bergh, pp.181-197. New York: Springer Publishing Co., 1991. RC 533 .F45 1991
  20. Lesieur, Henry R. and Richard J. Rosenthal. Pathological gambling: a review of the literature. Journal of Gambling Studies 7(l):5-39 (1991).
  21. Lorenz, Valerie C. Compulsive gambling and the expert witness. Journal of Forensic Sciences. 34(2):423-432 (1989).
  22. McCabe, Michael H. Gambling Fever: Odds are, You've Got it: A Report of the Midwestern Legislative Conference. Lexington, KY: Council of State Governments, 1992. HV 6715 M32 1992
  23. McGurrin, Martin C. Pathological Gambling: Conceptual Diagnostic and Treatment Issues. Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press, 1992. RC569.5 G35 M24 1992
  24. Moody, Gordon. Quit Compulsive Gambling: The Action Plan for Gamblers and Their Families. London: Thorsons, 1990. RC 569.5 G35 M66 1990
  25. Murray, John B. Review of research on pathological gambling. Phsychological Reports 72:791-810 (1993). RC 569.5 G35 M87 1993
  26. Politzer Robert M., Yesalis, Charles E. and Clark J. Judak, Jr. The epidemiological model and the risks of legalized gambling: where are we headed? Health values: The Journal of Health Behavior, Education & Promotion 16(2):20-27 (1992)
  27. Prevalence of Problem and Pathological Gambling in Ontario: Using the South Oaks Gambling Screen. Toronto: Inside Canada Research, 1993. HV 6722 C34 P74 1993
  28. Problem Gambling and Addiction. Halifax, NS: Nova Scotia Dept. of Health, Drug Dependency Services, 1994. RC 569.5 G35 P76 1994
  29. Report to the Ontario Casino Project: Ontario Casino Market and Economic Impact Study. Toronto, ON: Coopers & Lybrand Consulting Group, 1993.HV 6722 C34 R46 1993
  30. Rosenthal, Richard J. Pathological gambling. Psychiatric Annals 22(2):72-78 (1992). RC 569.5 G35 R67 1992
  31. Siegel, Mark A. Gambling: Crime or Recreation? Wylie, TX: Information Plus, 1994. HV 6715 G344 1994
  32. Siegel, Mark A. Gambling: Who Wins? Wylie, TX: Information Plus, 1992. HV 6715 G35 1992
  33. Sifakis, Carl. Encyclopedia of Gambling. New York: Facts on File,1990. HV 6710 S44 1990
  34. Slavik, Wesley. A Review of the Research Literature and Other Sources on Problem Gambling. Edmonton, AB: AADAC, 1993. RC 569.5 G35 S62 1993
  35. Smart, Reginald G. Alcohol, Drugs and Gambling: A Preliminary Report. Toronto: Addiction Research Foundation, 1994. HV 6710 S62 1994
  36. Steinberg, Marvin A. Couples treatment issues for recovering male compulsive gamblers and their partners. Journal of Gambling Studies 9(2):153-167 (1993).
  37. Tabler, Julian I. Compulsive gambling: an examination of relevant models. Journal of Gambling Behavior 3(4) 1988. Theme Issue. RC 569.5 .G35 C65 1988
  38. Toneatto Tony and Linda Sobell. Pathological gambling treated with cognitive behavior therapy: a case report. Addictive Behaviors 15(5):497-501 (1990). GV 1301 T65 1990
  39. Volberg, Rachel A. Establishing Treatment Services for Pathological Gamblers in Manitoba. Winnipeg, MB: Manitoba Lotteries Foundation, 1993. RC 569.5 G35 V64, 1993


American Indian Gaming and Gambling: A Bibliography. Monticello, IL:
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