Risk Factors for Problem and Pathological Gambling in Consumers with Schizophrenia Rani A. Desai, MPH, PhD., Laura B. Kozma, BA, Marc N. Potenza, MD, PhD Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT. Introduction Studies have shown lifetime prevalence rates of problem
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Risk Factors for Problem and Pathological Gambling in Consumers with SchizophreniaRani A. Desai, MPH, PhD., Laura B. Kozma, BA, Marc N. Potenza, MD, PhDYale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT
Chi-square and ANOVA results for clinical and functional measures
1Only significant results (p≤.05) are presented
Risk Factors for Recreation and Problem/Pathological Gamblers
Comparison of RG and PPG on Gambling Characteristics
Significantly more PPGs reported gambling for excitement (p=.000), first gambling before the age of 18 (p=.037) and gambled more days in the previous year then RGs (144.1, 40.2, p=.000).