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Characteristics of Problem and Complusive Gambling

2008 - American Psychological Association: Pathological gambling is an impulse control disorder, characterized by the inability to reduce or cease gambling, resulting in adverse social, psychological, financial, and legal consequences that include depression, suicide, divorce, unemployment, and homelessness.

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