Book review of amusement machines: Dependency and delinquency
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- Book review of amusement machines: Dependency and delinquency
Journal of Gambling Studies
Volume 7, Issue 1 , pp 79-86
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- Kluwer Academic Publishers-Human Sciences Press
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- Mark Griffiths (1)
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- 1. Department of Psychology, Polytechnic South West, PL4 8AA, Drake Circus, Plymouth, UK