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Wednesday, May 18, 2016


This was supposed to be a study about gambling? I did not read anything about gambling regarding various ethenticities in this article at all?

Hi Mary,

When we emailed subscribers about this week's post from The WAGER (The WAGER, Vol. 21(6) – What did you expect? Ethnic differences in gambling expectancies), we accidentally included a link to this post. Please go here to see The WAGER describing ethnic differences in gambling expectancies: http://www.basisonline.org/2016/05/the-wager-vol-216-what-did-you-expect-ethnic-differences-in-gambling-expectancies.html.

Thanks for reading The BASIS, and sorry for the confusion.

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