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- Stein, Hollander, & Liebowitz (1993) define compulsive gambling as “a conflict between a gambler’s stated intention, such as to not gamble, or to not gamble more than X amount, and the actual behavior, which violates the intention.”
- May experience ‘fugue-like’ states where they “find themselves engaging in unplanned, spontaneous gambling activity” (Chamberlain, 2004, p. 135)
- The Chase (1984) – the more they lose the more they gamble – chasing losses