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Griffiths: Cognitive Bias & Gambling
Core Studies in Psychology

Year

2010

Producer

Online Classroom

Country of Origin

United Kingdom

Duration

00:16:00

Product Code

ONL10003000

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'Pokies' are now a part of community life. They create an addictive stream of money for governments, but can also wreak havoc within communities, families and individuals. In this program, Mark Griffiths, international renown gambling and gaming expert talks about his case study 'The Role of Cognitive Bias and Skill in Fruit Machine Gambling', discussing the origins, aims and methodology of his study, as well as his findings and the implications of his findings for cognitive psychology and understanding gambling addiction and rehabilitation. This is a thought-provoking examination of one of modern society's most complex ills.

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Production Year
2010

Duration
00:16:00

Producer
Online Classroom

Country Of Origin
United Kingdom

Level
Senior Secondary to Professional

Product Code
ONL10003000