Can behavioural insights be used to reduce risky play in online environments?

Can behavioural insights be used to reduce risky play in online environments? (Published October 2018)
The Behavioural Insights Team in partnership with GambleAware

Analysis of play among British online gamblers on slots and other casino-style games

Analysis of play among British online gamblers on slots and other casino-style games (Published March 2018)
Professor David Forrest & Professor Ian McHale, University of Liverpool

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Analysis of play among British online gamblers on slots and other casino-style games, Summary of report
Professor David Forrest & Professor Ian McHale, University of Liverpool

Getting grounded in problematic play: using digital grounded theory to understand problem gambling and harm minimisation opportunities in remote gambling

Getting grounded in problematic play: using digital grounded theory to understand problem gambling and harm minimisation opportunities in remote gambling (Published November 2017)
Dr Jonathan Parke, Sophro Ltd; Dr Adrian Parke, University of Lincoln

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Research highlights November 2017

A study on cognitive biases in gambling: Hot hand and gamblers' fallacy

A study on cognitive biases in gambling: Hot hand and gamblers' fallacy (Published Jun 2017)
Juemin Xu, University College London

Follow-up study of loyalty card customers: Changes in gambling behaviour over time

Bingo Research: Problem gambling in licensed bingo premises

Tracked play on B1 gaming machines in British casinos

Tracked play on B1 gaming machines in British casinos (Published Jun 2016)
Professor David Forrest & Professor Ian McHale, University of Liverpool

People who play machines in bookmakers: secondary analysis of loyalty card survey data

People who play machines in bookmakers: secondary analysis of loyalty card survey data (Published Apr 2016)
Dr Heather Wardle, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

A longitudinal study mapping changes in explicit and implicit measures of gambling behaviour

A longitudinal study mapping changes in explicit and implicit measures of gambling behaviour (Published Mar 2016) 
Richard Cutter, University of Northumbria

Examining the effect of proximity and concentration of B2 machines to gambling play

Examining the effect of proximity and concentration of B2 machines to gambling play (Published Mar 2016)
Gaynor Astbury & Dr Heather Wardle from Geofutures Ltd

Secondary Analysis of Machines Data

Secondary Analysis of Machines Data (Published 2016)
David Excell & Piotr Grudzien from Featurespace

Consumer behaviour in relation to gaming machines

Introduction (Published Dec 2013)
Marc W. Etches

An economic and social review of gambling in Great Britain (Published Dec 2013)
Professor David Forrest, University of Salford

Problem and pathological gambling: a conceptual review (Published Dec 2013)
Professor Paul Delfabbro, University of Adelaide

A critical examination of the link between gaming machines and gambling-related harm (Published Dec 2013)
Alex Blaszczynski, University of Sydney

Does size really matter? A review of the role of stake and prize levels in relation to gambling-related harm, (Published Dec 2013)
Jonathan Parke & Adrian Parke, University of Lincoln

Examining machine player behaviour: a qualitative exploration

Wheels and tiles: Maintaining social connections through mah-jong and roulette gambling in Manchester

Wheels and tiles: Maintaining social connections through mah-jong and roulette gambling in Manchester (Published Jul 2013)
Zhihong Liu, Goldsmiths College University of London

The psychosocial impact of online problem gambling

The psychosocial impact of online problem gambling (Published Sept 2011)
Abby McCormack, Nottingham Trent University

Learning under uncertainty: A model-based approach for understanding gambling behaviour

Learning under uncertainty: A model-based approach for understanding gambling behaviour (Published Nov 2010)
Erica Yu, University College London

The neuropsychology of self-control and risk-taking: A focus on impulsive behaviour

The neuropsychology of self-control and risk-taking: A focus on impulsive behaviour (Published 2008)
Neal Hinvest, University of Manchester

An explorative investigation of the effects of information technology on gambling and gambling-related behaviours