Journal of Gambling Studies -- First 2005 Issue
The March 2005 issue of the Journal of Gambling Studies is now available. The issues contains a number of articles related to problem gambling treatment and treatment effectiveness. They are:
- Treating Problem Gamblers: Working towards Empirically Supported Treatment -- Robert Ladouceur and Howard J. Shaffer
- Conceptual and Methodological Issues in Treatment Outcome Research -- Alex Blaszczynski
- Implications of a Brief Intervention Trial for Problem Gambling for Future Outcome Research -- David C. Hodgins
- Psychological Treatment of Slot-Machine Pathological Gambling: New Perspectives Enrique Echeburúa and Javier Fernández-Montalvo
- Gamblers Anonymous and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies for Pathological Gamblers -- Nancy M. Petry
- Evaluation and Treatment of Pathological Gambling -- Ángels González-Ibáñez, Pilar Rosel, Isabel Moreno
- Pathological Gambling, Comorbidities and Treatment Outcome: Is the Bronze Standard Good Enough? A Case Study -- Nady el-Guebaly
- Controlled Gambling for Pathological Gamblers -- Robert Ladouceur
- The Iowa Gambling Treatment Program: Treatment Outcomes for a Follow-up Sample -- Howard J. Shaffer, Richard A. LaBrie, Debi A. LaPlante, et al.
- A Perspective on Problem Gambling Treatment: Issues and Challenges -- Tony Toneatto
- Problems in Measuring the Effectiveness of Cognitive Therapy for Pathological Gambling -- Michael B. Walker
- Advancing Treatment Strategies for Pathological Gambling -- Marc N. Potenza
- Pharmacological Treatments of Pathological Gambling Eric Hollander, Erica Sood, Stefano Pallanti, et al.
- Methodological Problems in Research on Treatments for Pathological Gambling -- Peter E. Nathan