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IPGAP December 2007 Training. Gambling and Youth: 2006/2007 Afternoons R.O.C.K. Gambling Data. A Comparison: Meth Rates and Gambling. 2007 Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Use by Indiana Children and Adolescents Percentages. Gambling Data 2006. Baseline Measure for Gambling Behavior.

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Gambling and youth 2006 2007 afternoons r o c k gambling data

IPGAP

December 2007 Training

Gambling and Youth: 2006/2007 Afternoons R.O.C.K. Gambling Data


A comparison meth rates and gambling
A Comparison: Meth Rates and Gambling

2007 Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Use

by Indiana Children and Adolescents Percentages

www.drugs.indiana.edu


Gambling data 2006
Gambling Data 2006

Baseline Measure for Gambling Behavior

* Significant difference from pre- to post-test (Chi-square p<.05).

www.drugs.indiana.edu


Gambling data 2007
Gambling Data 2007

Improving Your Odds Curriculum Implemented

* Significant difference from pre- to post-test (Chi-square p<.05).

www.drugs.indiana.edu


Main points
Main Points

Change in Gambling Behavior

* Significant difference from pre- to post-test (Chi-square p<.05).

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Main points1
Main Points

Considerations:

  • Declines in reported gambling behavior stem from various sources including...

    • Attrition of gamblers over the course of the program

    • New knowledge of what is and isn’t gambling changes responses

  • A change in evaluation design could clarify

    • Track from pre to post

    • Comparison group

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In their own words
In their own Words

  • What was the most important thing

    you learned from the program?

  • “Not to gamble when you don't have the money.”

  • “Not to do drugs or to gamble. It could hurt you.”

  • “Gambling can be addicting.”

  • “About drugs, gambling, drinking, and smoking and

    how they can hurt you or your life.”

  • From 2007-2008 Participant Survey

www.drugs.indiana.edu


Thank You !

Indiana Prevention Resource Center

501 North Morton Street, Suite 110

Bloomington, IN 47404

Phone: (800) 346-3077

Fax: (812) 855-4940

E-mail: [email protected]

WWW:http://www.drugs.indiana.edu


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