This section lists the body of evidence referred to in the development of survey questions capturing gambling-related harms to self and others. The links provided as follows and in the release are correct at the time of publication but will not be maintained over time.
Browne, M., Rawat, V., Tulloch, C., Murray-Boyle, C. and Rockloff, M., 2021. The evolution of gambling-related harm measurement: lessons from the last decade (opens in a new tab). International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(9), p.4395.
Browne, M., Goodwin, B.C. and Rockloff, M.J., 2018. Validation of the Short Gambling Harm Screen (SGHS): A tool for assessment of harms from gambling (opens in a new tab). Journal of Gambling Studies, 34(2), pp.499-512.
Browne, M., Greer, N., Rawat, V. and Rockloff, M., 2017. A population-level metric for gambling-related harm (opens in a new tab). International Gambling Studies, 17(2), pp.163-175.
Langham, E., Thorne, H., Browne, M., Donaldson, P., Rose, J., and Rockloff, M., 2015. Understanding gambling related harm: a proposed definition, conceptual framework, and taxonomy of harms (opens in a new tab). BMC Public Health, 16(80).
Shannon, K., Anjoul, F. and Blaszczynski, A., 2017. Mapping the proportional distribution of gambling-related harms in a clinical and community sample (opens in a new tab). International Gambling Studies, 17(3), pp.366-385.
Wardle et al. (2018). Measuring gambling-related harms - A framework for action (opens in a new tab). Gambling Commission.Previous page
Developing gambling-related harms survey questions - Appendix A
Last updated: 17 October 2022
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