CAGR 2022 poster presentations

Poster session 14.15, Friday 20th May

PresenterOrganisationTitleAuthors
Emily Arden-CloseBournemouth UniversityExploring the relation between optimism, gambling and wellbeingZoe Taylor, Emily Arden-Close, Reece Bush, Ruijie Wang, Sarah Hodge, John McAlaney
Niels BibertKU LeuvenA Deep Mediatization Approach towards Gambling: Reconceptualizing the Belgian Sports Betting Landscape as a Communicative FigurationNiels Bibert, Bieke Zaman, Rozane De Cock
Blair BiggarUniversity of GlasgowTargeting the next generation of gamblers? Gambling sponsorship of Esports TeamsBlair Biggar, Heather Wardle, David Zendle
Jenny BlytheLondon School of Hygiene and Tropical MedicineGambling Premises Data for London- Dec 2020 to Dec 2021- a changing landscapeJenny Blythe
Reece Bush-EvansBournemouth UniversityInvestigating the link between narcissism and problematic online gambling: the mediating role of cognitive distortions and player stylesBush-Evans, R., Arden-Close, E., Wang, R., McAlaney, J., Thomas, S., Hodge, S., Bolat, E., Phalp, K.
Zoe ClarkeOffice of Health Improvement and DisparitiesPublic Health England’s Evidence Review on Gambling-Related Harm: Next Steps for Improving EvidenceZoe Clarke,  Marguerite Regan
Nyle DaviesThe University of South WalesAccessing the invisible population of low-risk gamblers, issues with screening, testing and theory: a systematic review.Nyle Hawk Davies, Gareth Roderique-Davies, Laura Drummond, Jamie Torrance, Klara Sabolova, Samantha Thomas, Bev John
Alice HoonSwansea UniversityIncentivising Treatment Outcomes: Provider and Service-user Views of Contingency Management for Gambling (CONGAM)Lucy Dorey, Darren Christensen, Richard May, Alice Hoon, Simon Dymond
Dragos DragomirGordon MoodyThe development of a women only residential gambling programmeDragos Dragomir
Scott HoughtonNorthumbria UniversityComparing football bettors’ response to social media marketing differing in bet complexity and account type – An experimental studyScott Houghton, Mark Moss
Caroline JawadUWTSDResponsibilisation and ‘Problem Gambling’
Viktorija KesaiteUniversity of GlasgowExploring the political, economic and commercial determinants of gambling harmsViktorija Kesaite, Daria Ukhova
Zsolt DemetrovicsCentre of Excellence for Responsible GamingHow problematic are loot boxes for videogame players who game to escape?: A preliminary analysis of motives, problematic loot box use and reward reactivity among Overwatch loot box usersChanel J. Larche, Katrina Chini, Mike Dixon
Joanne LloydUniversity of WolverhamptonThe convergence of gambling and gaming: Exploring potential ‘gateway’ effectsJoanne Lloyd
Erin McEvoyUlster UniversityA qualitative exploration of the impacts of gambling marketing on a woman’s journey through gambling and into recovery.Erin McEvoy, Damian Gallagher, Paul Kitchin,
Philip NewallUniversity of BristolElite online professional poker players: Factors predicting success in a gambling game usually associated with financial loss and harmPhilip Newall, Niri Talberg
Caroline NorrieKing’s College LondonTo what extent does analysis of historic GamCare initial assessment data provide insights into factors associated with help-seeking: Findings from qualitative analysisCaroline Norrie, Stephanie Bramley,
Ben Hickman, Jill Manthorpe
Anthony QuinnUniversity of SouthamptonWhat impact did COVID-19 and resultant restrictions have on gambling behaviours? A rapid review of global self-report data.Anthony Quinn, Sam Chamberlain
Jodie RaybouldAston UniversityImpulsivity is a Risk Factor in the Transition from a Healthy to Problem GamerJodie Raybould, Michael Larkin, Richard Tunney
Junious SichaliMalawi Epidemiology and Intervention Research UnitGambling and Young People in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA): Preliminary findings from a comparative policy analysis and metasynthesis studyJunious Mabo Sichali, Chris Bunn, Darragh McGee, Joana Salifu Yendork, Franklin Glozah, Gerda Reith, Virve Marionneau
Lauren SmithUniversity of LincolnSurviving not Living’: Lived experiences of crime and gamblingLauren Smith
Kathrin Weidackerswansea universityBehavioural impulsivity, neurochemistry, and gambling severityKathrin Weidacker, Stephen Johnston, Paul Mullins, Frederic Boy, Simon Dymond
Seb WhitefordSwansea UniversityQuantile Regression Analysis of In-Play Betting in a Large Online Gambling DatasetSeb Whiteford, Alice Hoon, Richard James,  Richard Tunney, Simon Dymond
Leon Y. XiaoIT University of Copenhagen; Queen Mary University of London; The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s InnWhat are the odds? Lower compliance with Western loot box probability disclosure industry self-regulation than Chinese legal regulationLeon Xiao, Laura  Henderson, Philip Newall
Leon Y. XiaoIT University of Copenhagen; Queen Mary University of LondonOpening Pandora’s loot box: Weak links between gambling and loot box expenditure in China, and player opinions on probability disclosures and pity-timersLeon Xiao, Tullia Fraser, Philip Newall