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Wednesday, April 01, 2015

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Can you clarify what you mean in the second bullet in the methods section? "No gambling problems" (SOGS score of 0) and "non-pathological gamblers" (SOGS score less than 5)are not the same thing. Neither are "some gambling problems" (SOGS of 1 or more) and "probable pathological gamblers" (SOGS 5 or more.

Thank you for your comment. The text has been changed to more accurately reflect the methodology of the study. We appreciate your readership and support.

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