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NCRG on the Road: Amy’s Recap of the NCRG’s May and June Travels

by: NCRG Staff | Jun 19, 2013

As you have read on Gambling Disorders 360˚, the NCRG’s staff and NCRG-funded researchers have been on the road in recent weeks learning from experts and forming new partnerships.

We traveled to San Francisco, Calif., for the American Psychological Association’s conference that largely focused on the changes to the fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM-5). A few days later, NCRG staff member Amy Kugler traveled to Las Vegas for the 15th International Conference on Gambling and Risk Taking, which was packed with interesting sessions from researchers from across the world. We rounded this all out with a trip to Boston, Mass., for the American College Health Association’s national conference, where we discussed upcoming plans for CollegeGambling.org and heard more about Clayton Neighbors’s, Ph.D., research about an online screen for college students that he has worked on at the University of Houston.

Take a minute to check out Amy’s video that recaps some of the things we learned and partnerships we were able to forge during our travels!

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