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Chaire de recherche sur l'étude du jeu

Research chair on gambling

Chaire de recherche sur l'étude d jeu



NOUVEAU! Morvannou, A., Dufour, M., Brunelle, N., & Roy, E. (2018). Être passionné un peu, beaucoup, énormément? Le concept de la passion chez les joueurs de poker, une étude qualitativeJournal of Gambling Issues, 38. Prépublication.

NOUVEAU! Robillard, C., Kairouz, S., and Monson, E. (2017) Win or lose: Negotiating meaning of time and money within three gambling settingsJournal of Gambling Issues., 36, 164-182, doi: 10.4309/jgi.2017.36.8

NOUVEAU!  Kairouz, S., Dussault, F., Monson, E. (2017). Co-occurring addictive behaviors: an analysis of risk profiles among university studentsAddiction Research & Theory. Prépublication.

NOUVEAU!  Dussault, F., Brunelle, N., Kairouz, S., Rousseau M., Leclerc, D., Tremblay, T., Cousineau, M.-M., Dufour, M. (2017) Transition from playing with simulated gambling games to gambling with real money: a longitudinal study in adolescenceInternational Gambling Studies. Prépublication. DOI: 10.1080/14459795.2017.1343366

NOUVEAU! Kairouz, S., Monson, E., & Robillard, C. (2017) Gender comparative analysis of gambling patterns in Canada. In H. Browden-Jones, & F. Prever (eds.). Gambling disorders in women: An international female perspective on treatment and research. Routledge.

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