48th issue of the Journal of Gambling Issues is now available

The Journal of Gambling Issues (JGI) is the world's first and longest-running online, peer-reviewed academic journal established to understand problem gambling. The journal's scope has since expanded to include the study of problem gaming and other addictive technologies.

JGI is an open-access, indexed journal that provides a scientific forum for gambling and gaming-related research, policy and treatment developments. The journal aims to make sense of how these issues affect people, families and communities through the publication of peer-reviewed articles focusing on the social aspects of gambling/gaming and prevention and treatment strategies.

Published by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, and funded by the Ontario Substance Abuse Bureau of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, our journal invites manuscripts submitted by researchers and clinicians, people with problem gambling/gaming experience and their family and friends.

Learn more at the Journal of Gambling Issues website​.​

JGI Issue 48 is now available. This quarterly issue features work by Canadian researchers, including Michael Wohl and Nassim Tabri, as well as international scholars, Sally Gainsbury, Bowden-Jones, and others.

Access the 48th issue, free of charge.

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