Since its creation in 2012, the Research Chair on Gambling has been a hub for innovative research on gambling, risk and prevention.
In partnership with various sectors both national and international, it supports a multidisciplinary team of researchers.
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COVID-19 and Gambling:
Marketing and Social Media
May 30 2022
Master's scholarship available for Magaly Brodeur's team
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May 18 2022
Ka-Ching x GameBling : Projection virtuelle d'un documentaire et panel de discussion from 12pm to 3pm on Zoom
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April 7 2022
Conference: Cyberdépendance chez les jeunes by Dre Adèle Morvannou and Dre Andrée-Anne Légaré. Raymond-Lévesque Library, Longueuil, from 7 p.m. to 8 :30 p.m.
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April 5 2022
Midi-conference: Le concept de passion et la dépendance: applications cliniques, by Dre Adèle Morvannou et Valérie Van Mourik.
September 9 2021
Gambling Research Methods: Qualitative/Quantitative/Laboratory Approaches
May 21 2021
Midi-conference - Résume à emporter et enregistrement vidéo maintenant disponibles
April 26 2021
Conférence de clôture d'Edward Snowden
Loto-Québec's online gambling self-exclusion
19 May 2022 Dr. Sylvia Kairouz was interviewed by Peter Tardif for a segment on the morning show on CBC Radio Québe City called Online Gambling.
18 May 2022 Dr. Sylvia Kairouz was interviewed by Frédéric Tremblay for C’est Jamais Pareil on Radio-Canada Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean.
16 May 2022 Dr. Sylvia Kairouz was interviewed by Jean Ernest Pierre for the radio show Billet de retour on CPAM 1410.
Increase in auto-exclusion on Loto-Québec
16 May 2022 La Presse+ published an article titled « Le nombre d’autoexclus explose » discussing the rise in auto-exclusion on the Loto-Quebec website with Dr. Kairouz.
June 2021 Dr. Sylvia Kairouz was interviewed by Sophie Stival for Bel-Âge on gambling and its addictive traits.
Research Chair on Gambling
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