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Institute Announces Posters Selected for the 2010 NCRG Conference

by: Christine Reilly | Sep 30, 2010

Research on genetics, Texas Hold’em, decision-making, college gambling and using videogames in the treatment of gambling disorders are just a few of the intriguing topics of this year’s posters that will be presented at the 2010 NCRG Conference on Gambling and Addiction.

The Institute for Research on Gambling Disorders selected 35 posters for the poster session on Sunday, Nov. 14, 2010. The annual poster session showcases exciting new research in the field, giving investigators the opportunity to report their research findings and converse with conference attendees about their projects. Many of the poster presenters are young investigators, which provides conference attendees the chance to meet the next generation of gambling researchers. Reflecting the increasing international presence at the annual NCRG conference, many of this year’s poster presenters come from outside the U.S., including Canada, the United Kingdom, Singapore, Belgium, Germany, Greece, Spain and South Africa.

A committee led by Harold Wynne, Ph.D., member of the institute’s Scientific Advisory Board and president of Wynne Resources, will evaluate the presentations and award a prize for outstanding poster during the conference luncheon on Monday, Nov. 15. Visit the NCRG conference website for more information about the conference and to register online.

 Following is a list of posters that will be presented Sunday, Nov. 14 at the NCRG conference. Click here to read the poster abstracts.

  1. Neurobiological substrates of reward processing in pathological gamblingI. 
    Balodis1, H.Kober1, P. Worhunsky1, & M. N. Potenza1, 2, 31Department of Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine2Child Study Center, Yale University School of Medicine3Department of Neurobiology, Yale University School of Medicine
  2. Facets of impulsivity predict cognitive distortions in pathological gambling: Preliminary data from the UK National Problem Gambling Clinic
    H. Bowden-Jones1, R., Michalczuk2, A. Verdejo-Garcia3, & L. Clark21Imperial College, London, United Kingdom2Behavioural and Clinical Neuroscience Institute, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom3Department of Clinical Psychology, University of Granada, Spain
  3. Pathological gamblers exhibit judgment biases during decision-making under uncertaintyD. Brevers1, A. Cleeremans2, A. Bechara3, P. Verbanck1, & X. Noel1  1FNRS, Psychological Medicine Laboratory, CHU-Brugmann, Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Belgium2 FNRS, Consciousness, Cognition & Computation Group, Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Belgium3Department of Montreal Neurological Institute & Hospital, McGill University, Canada
  4. Comparison of Internet Texas Hold’em players’ perceptions and reported behaviours according to their level of gambling related problems: a step toward adapting treatment
    P. Brochu, J. Dufour, I. Giroux, & S. SévignySchool of Psychology, Laval University, Canada
  5. Relationship between Internet gambling and certain deviant behaviours among adolescent boys and girls in Quebec high schools
    N. Brunelle1, D. Leclerc1, M. Cousineau2, M. Dafour3, & A. Gendron1Department of Special Education, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada2School of Criminology, Université de Montréal, CanadaFaculty of Medicine, Université de Sherbrooke, Canada
  6. Contextual Typologies: Gambling practices among university students
    M.-A. Côté-Marcil, & S. KairouzDepartment of Sociology and Anthropology, Concordia University, Canada 
  7. Problem Gambling and prescription drug misuse among adults
    C. Currie1, D. Schopflocher2, & C. Wild11 School of Public Health, University of Alberta, University of Alberta, Canada 2School of Public Health and Faculty of Nursing, University of Alberta, University of Alberta, Canada
  8. A Serious videogame as additional therapy tool for pathological gambling:  Playmancer Multicenter European Project
    F. Fernández-Aranda1, S. Jiménez-Murcia1, J. Santamaría1, A. Soto1, K. Gunnard1, E. Kalapanidas2, C. Davarakis2, & Playmancer Consortium31Psychiatry, University Hospital of Bellvitge and CIBEROBN, Instituto Carlos III, Barcelona, Spain2Systema Technologies, Athens, Greecehttp://www.playmancer.com/
  9. Motivational pathways to pathological gambling 
    E. E. Fortune, A. S. Goodie, J. M. MacKillop, J. D. Miller, W. K. Campbell, C. E. Lance, J. Maples, & M. K. MeiselUniversity of Georgia
  10. Health correlates, gambling behavior, and gambling-related attitudes in a sample of adolescent high school students stratified by gambling severity and smoking status
    C. A. Franco1, R. Desai1,2, M. Steinberg3, L. Rugle4, D. Cavallo1, S. Krishnan-Sarin1, & M. N. Potenza11Department of Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine2Department of Epidemiology, Yale University School of Medicine3Connecticut Council on Problem Gambling4Problem Gambling Services
  11. Examining intervention effects on coping skills and mental health symptoms in at-risk college student gamblersI. M. Geisner, T. W. Lostutter, J. M. Cronce, & M. E. LarimerCenter for the Study of Health & Risk Behaviors, Dept of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
  12. Mediating effect of the severity of psychoactive substance use in the relationship between psychological variables and gambling severity among adolescents
    A. Gendron1, D. Leclerc1, N. Brunelle1, M. Dafour2, & M. Cousineau31Department of Special Education, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada2Faculty of Medicine, Université de Sherbrooke, Canada3School of Criminology, Université de Montréal, Canada
  13. Are websites helpful in transmitting responsible gambling information to young adults?
    I. Giroux, F. Ferland, C. Savard, G. Beaulieu, A.-M. Dussault, A.-M. LaBoissonnière, & M. LeclercUniversité Laval, Québec, Canada
  14. Assessing client outcomes six months after gambling treatment
    M. E. Gonnerman, G. M. Lutz, R. Muilenburg, K. H. Park, & K. M. DietzenbachUniversity of Northern Iowa
  15. Neural correlates of the impact of control on decision making in pathological gamblers
    A.S. Goodie1, M. Hudgens-Haney1, J.Hamm1, E. Krusemark2, J. E. McDowell1, & B. A. Clementz11University of Georgia2University of Wisconsin
  16. A comparative study between technological addictions and Pathological Gambling: More similarities than differences?
    R. Granero1, S. Jiménez-Murcia2, 3, F. Fernández-Aranda2, 3, J. J. Santamaría2, E. Penelo1, M. Gómez-Peña2, N. Aymamí2, L. Moragas2, A. Soto2, & J. M. Menchón2,41Laboratori d’Estadística Aplicada i Modelització. Departament de Psicobiologia i Metodologia en Ciències de la Salut. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain2Department of Psychiatry. Bellvitge University Hospital, Barcelona, Spain3CIBER Fisiopatologia Obesidad and Nutrición (CIBEROBN), Instituto Salud Carlos III, Spain4CIBER Salud Mental (CIBERSAM), Instituto Salud Carlos III, Spain
  17. A secondary data analysis of the psychometrics used and demographics studied in 30 problem gambling research articles
    L.R. HerbertThe School of Social Work, University of Georgia
  18. Social gambling and gender: Factors implied in the maintenance of a responsible gambling behavior
    S. Jiménez-Murcia1, 2, F. Fernández-Aranda1, 2, R. Granero3, E. Penelo3, M. N. Aymamí1, M. Gómez-Peña1, A. Soto1, M. Nasarre1, K. Gunnard1, & J.M. Menchón1, 41Department of Psychiatry, University Hospital of Bellvitge, Barcelona, Spain2Ciber Fisiopatologia Obesidad y Nutrición (CIBEROBN), Instituto Salud Carlos III, Barcelona, Spain3Laboratori d’Estadística Aplicada. Departament de Psicobiologia i Metodologia. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain. 4Ciber Salud Mental (CIBERSAM), Instituto Salud Carlos III, Barcelona, Spain
  19. Development and origins of gambling from ages 17 to 24: Family history, genes and environment
    S. M. King1, M. Keyes2, K. Winters2, M. McGue, & W. G. Iacono31Hamline University, St. Paul, MN2Department of Psychiatry, University of Minnesota 3Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota
  20. The impact of the opening of a nearby casino on college student gambling
    E. Klein, B. Egolf, & M. EadlineLehigh University
  21. Pathological gamblers from treatment and the community: Are they the same?
    B. Knezevic1, & D. M. Ledgerwood21Department of Psychology, University of Windsor, Canada2Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences, Wayne State University School of Medicine
  22. Gender differences in brain activity during drug craving and gambling urges: an fMRI study
    H. Kober1, C. Lacadie2, & M. N. Potenza1, 3, 41Department of Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine2Department of Diagnostic Radiology, Yale University School of Medicine3Department of Neurobiology, Yale University School of Medicine4Department of Psychiatry, Child Study Center, Yale University School of Medicine
  23. Investigating facets of personality in a patient sample of hypersexual men compared with pathological gamblers
    D. S. Li, R. C. Reid, & T. FongDepartment of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, University of California, Los Angeles
  24. Calling their bluff: Investigating the accuracy of skill assessment among poker players
    T.-L. MacKay1, D. C. Hodgins1, N. Bard2, & M. Bowling21Addictive Behaviours Laboratory, University of Calgary2Computer Poker Research Group, University of Alberta
  25. Severity of pathological gambling modulates the incentive value of monetary reward - an fMRI study
    K. Mann, T. Lemenager, M. Bühler,Central Institute of Mental Health, Mannheim, Germany
  26. Pathological gambling: Relationship to obesity, self-reported chronic medical conditions, poor lifestyle choices, and impaired quality of life
    B. McCormick, M. Shaw,  & D. W. BlackDepartment of Psychiatry, University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine
  27. A Neurocognitive comparison of cognitive flexibility and response inhibition in gamblers with varying degrees of clinical severity
    Brian L. Odlaug1, S. R. Chamberlain2, L. Schreiber1, & J. E. Grant1Department of Psychiatry, Ambulatory Research Center, University of MinnesotaDepartment of Psychiatry, University of Cambridge
  28. The prevalence and course of pathological gambling in the mood disorders
    L. C. Quilty1, C. Watson1, J. J. Robinson1, 2, T. Toneatto1, 2, & R. M. Bagby1, 21Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Toronto, Canada2University of Toronto
  29. Drinking patterns of pathological gamblers before, during, and after gambling treatment
    C. J. Rash1, J. Weinstock1, & N. M. Petry21University of Connecticut Health Center, University of Connecticut2Department of Psychiatry, University of Connecticut School of Medicine
  30. Recreational gamblers with and without parental addiction
    L.R.N. Schreiber, B. L. Odlaug, & J. E. GrantUniversity of Minnesota, Department of Psychiatry
  31. The comorbidity of gambling problems, anxiety, depression and substance use in a representative urban sample of 3,000 South Africans
    C. Sharp1, A. Hofmeyr2, A. Dellis2, 3, H. Kincaid4, J. Rousseau2, G. Ainslie2, 5, D. Ross2, 61 University of Houston2 University of Cape Town, South Africa3 University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa4University of Alabama at Birmingham5Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Coatesville PA6Georgia State University
  32. Pathological gambling in eating disorders: Prevalence and clinical implications
    H. Steiger1, F. Fernández-Aranda2, 3, S. Jimenez-Murcia2, 3, M. Israel1, R. Granero4, R. Prat5, J.J. Santamaría2, L. Moragas2, I. Sánchez2, & J.M. Menchón2, 61Douglas University Institute in Mental Health & Psychiatry Department, McGill University, Canada2Department of Psychiatry, University Hospital of Bellvitge, Spain3Ciber Fisiopatologia Obesidad y Nutrición (CIBEROBN), Instituto Salud Carlos III, Barcelona, Spain4Laboratori d’Estadística Aplicada. Departament de Psicobiologia i Metodologia. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, SpainDepartament de Psicobiologia i Metodologia. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Autonoma University of Barcelona, SpainCiber Salud Mental (CIBERSAM), Instituto Salud Carlos III, Barcelona, Spain
  33. The association of mental health disorders with pathological gambling in a substance-abusing female arrestee sample in St. Louis
    C.L.W. Striley, C. C. O’Leary,  & L.B. CottlerEpidemiology and Prevention Research Group, Department of Psychiatry, Washington University School of Medicine
  34. The effects of blocking gambling behaviour on craving
    T. Sztainert, & M. WohlDepartment of Psychology, Carleton University, Canada
  35. Predictors of treatment outcome among Pathological Gamblers (PGs) in Singapore
    K. K. W. Thane, G. Song, V. Manning, W. K. Eng, L. K. MengNational Addictions Management Service (NAMS), Institute of Mental Health, Singapore

 

 

 

 

 

 

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