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They investigated the association between substance-use disorders and gambling problems in patients. They found that BAG, along with lottery, were the most played games by people with substance-use disorders and GD Mathias et al.

The rates were not provided and there was not a psychopathological approach to BAG. There is scant research literature concerning BAG.

In light of the current issues with the literature, the aim of this study is to conduct, the first study approaching gambling behavior and psychopathology of GD due to BAG.

We assessed in a standardized and systematic way demographics, gambling behavior and psychopathological variables in adults 63 with GD due to BAG and patients with GD associated with other forms of gambling as a comparison group.

Our hypothesis is that GD due to BAG presents in unique clinical ways and that this comparison may lead to a better understanding of its presentation and might suggest more tailored and effective therapeutic approaches. The individuals sought the Institute voluntarily to participate in clinical treatment. The sample was enlisted from to Exclusion criteria were: 1 unstable medical illnesses or need for emergency care, 2 relevant abnormalities on physical examination, 3 less than 5 years of formal education 4 psychotic symptoms and 5 refusal to participate in the research.

The criteria obtained before the release of DSM-5 were electronically saved and, then, retrospectively processed for a proper adaptation to current DSM-5 GD criteria.

Main types of games played Patients were assessed for main types of games played. Each subject was asked to list, preferably 1, or also 2 main forms of gambling if the patient considered that both forms of gambling were equally important.

This choice should be made regarding frequency of gambling, amount money bet, negative consequences and worries associated with the game.

We considered with GD due to BAG the participants who listed this game as the only main form of gambling or as 1 of 2 main forms of gambling when the subject considered that 2 forms of gambling were equally important. Demographics All participants were evaluated for age, gender, ethnicity, educational level and marital status. Gambling behavior variables We evaluated the following variables associated with gambling behavior including GD course, specific DSM-5 criteria and illegal acts correlated to gambling: GD course: we assessed age of onset of recreational gambling, age of onset of GD, age of onset of treatment, lag between onset of recreational gambling and onset of GD, lag between onset of GD and onset of treatment.

According to Grant and Potenza, the course of GD can give important information about triggers and progression of the disorder Grant and Potenza, We separately evaluated DSM-5 GD criteria directly associated with GD negative consequences: 1 Gambling led to significant problems in relationships or professionally; 2 Dependence on others financially American Psychiatric Association, Illegal acts associated with gambling: an important behavior when evaluating GD because it is associated with a range of other disruptive behaviors and personal impairment Granero et al, Psychopathological variables We assessed several variables associated with psychopathology, which focus mainly on phenomenology and severity: DSM-5 GD criteria associated with psychopathology: 1 need to increase the amount of money on bets; 2 feelings of restlessness or irritability when stops gambling; 3 unsuccessful attempts to stop or reduce gambling; 4 significant preoccupation with gambling; 5 use of gambling as a way to relieve uncomfortable emotions; 6 chasing after losing money, tries to recover and 7 lies about involvement with gambling American Psychiatric Association, Urges to gamble during the past week: which can be reliably measured by the first 4 questions of the Gambling Symptoms Assessment Scale, G-SAS Kim et al, This instrument is usually performed in approximately 45 minutes and was applied by professionals after a brief clinical training.

Statistical Analysis First, a univariate comparison between the two groups was conducted. They were compared for demographics, psychopathological variables and gambling behavior variables. We used Chi-square test for categorical variables.

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ANOVA and Mann-Whitney's tests were conducted to assess, respectively, continuous variables with normal and non-parametric distributions. A significance level p of 0.

We also performed a binary logistic regression model where we introduced all the clinically significant and statistically relevant variables p of 0. Extended Data Fig. Calculated values correspond to values in Fig.

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However, a mismatch between the design and the collected data can happen during data collection. This panel shows that using theoretical proportions by design and actual proportions in collected data of subgroups results in similar effect estimates.

By default, respondents see only the visual representation of a scenario. Interpretation of what type of characters they represent for example, female doctor may not be obvious.

This panel shows that direction and except in one case order of effect estimates remain stable. The magnitude of the effects increases for respondents who read the textual descriptions, which means that the effects reported in Fig.

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Direction and order of effect estimates remain stable regardless of whether respondents used desktop or mobile devices when completing the task. Direction and order of effect estimates remain stable regardless of whether the data used in analysis are all data, data restricted to only first completed scenario session by any user, or data restricted to completed sessions after which the demographic survey was taken.Direction and order of effect estimates remain stable regardless of whether the data used in analysis are all data, data restricted to only first completed scenario session by any user, or data restricted to completed sessions after which the demographic survey was taken.

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There are some reasons for the controversy surrouding GD. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction.

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