Problem Gambling in Hong Kong and Macao

Problem Gambling in Hong Kong and Macao
Problem Gambling in Hong Kong and Macao
: Etiology, Prevalence and Treatment
Springer | Community Psychology | July 10, 2016 | ISBN-10: 9811010668 | 167 pages | pdf | 3.1 mb

Authors: Chan, Chi Chuen, Li, William Wai Lim, Leung, Eugene Chung Ip
Presents a scholarly work on the psychology of Chinese problem gamblers
Critically examines the personality of gamblers and pathways development of Chinese problem gamblers
Elaborates on the history of gambling in Hong Kong and Macao
Emphasizes both theoretical foundations and practical applications to gambling psychology
Uses a multi-modal treatment model as the main treatment model for problem gambling

This book critically examines the psychology of gambling in Hong Kong and Macao. Covering the history of gambling and its development in the two jurisdictions, it highlights the prevalence and status quo of problem gambling, the theoretical perspectives on the etiology of gambling disorder, and the treatment of problem gambling. The book also introduces a personality and pathways development model of Chinese problem gamblers and concludes with outlooks on the future of gambling in Hong Kong and Macao.

Number of Illustrations and Tables
14 b/w illustrations
Topics
Community & Environmental Psychology
Social Work

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