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  • Disordered Gambling: Etiology, Trajectory and Clinical Considerations 

    Schaffer, Howard; Martin, Ryan (East Carolina University, 2011-04)
    Gambling-related research has advanced rapidly during the past 20 years. As a result of expanding interest toward pathological gambling (PG), stakeholders (e.g., clinicians, regulators, and policy makers) have a better ...
  • The self-reported health status and perceived health beliefs of farmers in eastern North Carolina 

    Stevens, Casey S. (East Carolina University, 2013)
    I examined the self-reported health status and perceived health beliefs among a convenience sample of eastern North Carolina (NC) farmers (N = 253 ). The top 3 reported diagnosed diseases among farmers in eastern NC include ...
  • Using the theory of planned behavior to predict gambling behavior 

    Martin, Ryan; Usdan, S.; Nelson, S.; Umstattd, R.; LaPlante, D.; Perko, M.; Shaffer, H. (East Carolina University, 2010-03)
    Gambling is an important public health concern. To better understand gambling behavior, we conducted a classroom-based survey that assessed the role of the theory of planned behavior (TPB; i.e., intentions, subjective ...