1 edition of Youth gambling found in the catalog.
Jeffrey L. Derevensky
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Jeffrey Derevensky, Daniel T.L. Shek, and Joav Merrick|
|Series||Health, medicine and human development, Health, medicine, and human development|
|LC Classifications||RJ506.O25 Y68 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 265 p. :|
|Number of Pages||265|
|LC Control Number||2011021905|
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SECTION 01 Introduction to Problem Gambling 2 SECTION 02 Adolescent Brain Development & At-Risk Behavior 4 SECTION 03 How Kids are Introduced to Gambling 6 SECTION 04 Youth and Online Gaming 8 SECTION 05 Gambling in High School 10 SECTION 06 College & Gambling 12 SECTION 07 Signs of Underage Problem Gambling 14 SECTION 08 Underage Gambling Legal Issues Youth gambling represents a potentially serious public policy and health issue.
Nevertheless, the rise in youth gambling issues and problems in the global context is not matched with a parallel increase in research on adolescent gambling. As such, there is an urgent need to conduct more studies on adolescent gambling : Jeffrey L.
Derevensky. As youth get older these patterns advance with higher value items and an increasing number of games of chance. Evolving technology also allows youth to easily gain access to gambling activities. In addition, youth are at an increased risk of developing a gambling problem due to their risk taking and developing decision making skills.
Read more. Griffiths M, Woods TA. Youth and technology: The case of gambling, video-game playing, and the internet. In: Derevensky JL, Gupta R, editors. Gambling Problems in Youth: Theoretical and Applied Perspectives.
New York, NY: Klewer Academic/Plenum Publishers; pp. – [Google Scholar]. The YMCA Youth Gambling Awareness Program (YGAP) is a free service funded by Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care offering educational prevention programs to youth and adults involved Youth gambling book young Youth gambling book lives on gambling awareness including potential risks, making informed decisions and healthy and active living.
Youth gambling represents a potentially serious public policy and health issue. Nevertheless, the rise in youth gambling issues and problems in the global context is not matched with a parallel increase in research on adolescent gambling.
As such, there is an urgent need to conduct more studies on adolescent gambling : Gradually, gambling-related problems became more visible for young people and the culture slowly but increasingly took notice. By the late s, every sector of American and Canadian society had started to c- sider the effects of legalized gambling on : Hardcover.
Survey findings and reviews of prevalence studies examining youth gambling behaviour have consistently revealed that adolescents ( years of age) have managed to participate, to some degree, in practically all forms of social, government sanctioned, and non-regulated gambling available in their homes and Size: 46KB.
Gambling Education Teaching Resources Slide Presentation Here> Fast Forward, the Scottish youth education charity, developed a range of resources about youth gambling and problem gambling, to help practitioners who work with young people to design and deliver. Brought to you by the NY Council on Problem Gambling, Inc.
You(th) Decide NY is a resource for youth, parents and communities, interested in giving YOU(th) the power to DECIDE. exhaustive review of what is known about the social and economic impacts of gambling. A total of studies were identified, of which were empirical investigations.
Study quality was uneven, with only 51 of these empirical studies being rated as good or excellent. Although 70%Cited by: The Learning Lamp offers gambling prevention programs for students in all age groups.
too much to lose Too Much To Lose (2M2L) is a Pennsylvania Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs-approved curriculum developed to address problem gambling among youth. Youth gambling represents a potentially serious public policy and health issue. Nevertheless, the rise in youth gambling issues and problems in the global context is not matched with a parallel increase in research on adolescent gambling.
As such, there is an urgent need to conduct more studies on adolescent gambling behaviour. Youth and Gambling. There are a lot of reasons youth may choose to gamble. Whatever their reasons, there are a number of risk factors that can put youth at increased risk of struggling with problems from gambling.
Youth are at an increased risk if they are male and have other mental health or addiction disorders. "In this book, Dr. Jeffrey Derevensky, the world's leading authority on youth gambling, provides an up-to-date and accessible volume on the current status of teen gambling.
As most teens gamble and early life gambling is associated with current problems as well as ones later in life, the book addresses an important public health concern.
"In light of a growing epidemic of teen gambling, this book provides a better understanding of the causes and extent of youth gambling problems, assessment tools to identify teens with gambling addictions and related issues, and strategies for the prevention and treatment of youth who gamble".
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Get this from a library. Teen gambling: understanding a growing epidemic. [Jeffrey L Derevensky] -- "In light of a growing epidemic of teen gambling, this book provides a better understanding of the causes and extent of youth gambling problems, assessment tools to identify teens with gambling.
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Share this book × Copy link Press CTRL-C. Youth gambling has become a serious concern. From online poker and card games, to sports pools and lottery tickets, gambling is more accessible than ever before.
This informative and timely book explores the different forms of gambling, reasons why young people gamble, and the dangerous consequences of compulsive gambling.The complete etiology of problem gambling among youth is unclear, but it is known that parenting style, acceptability, exposure, access to gambling venues, personality traits, impulsivity and emotional disposition all interact together to place certain individuals at increased risk at a very young age.This is a must-read book for anyone interested in the field of gambling studies." Jeffrey Derevensky, Director at International Centre for Youth Gambling Problemsand High Risk Behaviors, McGill University "A book about female problem gamblers, edited and written by women, is .