This study aims to explore the relationships between gender and outcome expectancies in the prediction of gambling severity among college student-athletes.
Despite NCAA efforts to curb gambling activity, the results suggest that college student-athletes are at risk for over-involvement in gambling.
DEADLINE: January 25, 2013
The theme of the 2013 conference, co-sponsored by the Alberta Gambling Research Institute and the University of Calgary is "Research to Practice in Gambling Disorders." Posters and oral presentations will be held during the conference, and abstracts are now being accepted.
DEADLINE: January 31, 2013
The Institute for the Study of Gambling and Commercial Gaming at the University of Nevada Reno and the International Gaming Institute at the University of Nevada Las Vegas invite paper and symposium submissions for The 15th International Conference on Gambling & Risk Taking at Caesars Palace Resort and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, May 27-31, 2013.
Some topic areas sought include:
Psychology of gambling and risk taking
Problem and pathological gambling
Internet and social media gambling
The Manitoba Gambling Research Program is now accepting proposals and grant applications for 2013; new Grant Guides are available on our website. Research opportunities are available for researchers across Canada.
Small Grants (up to $50,000) February 20, 2013
Studentship Grants (up to $60,000) March 6, 2013
Letter of Intent (LOI) for Large Grants (up to $450,000) March 20, 2013
Conference Grants (up to $2,000) are accepted year-round
DEADLINE: March 15, 2013
The International Centre for Youth Gambling Problems and High-Risk Behaviors at McGill University invites submissions to the 2012 Durand Jacobs Award competition, to be awarded to the best graduate student paper related to the psychology of addictive behaviors.
As of April 1, 2012, the Manitoba Longitudinal Study of Young Adults (MLSYA) Data Access Program began accepting applications from Manitoba researchers who would like to use this unique dataset for their own research studies.
The MLSYA followed a longitudinal sample (n=679) of 18 to 20 year olds from across Manitoba over a five year period from 2007 to 2011.