School of Psychology, University of Adelaide
Paul is a social science researcher who has worked in several areas of research since the 1990s, with principal interests in the areas of behavioural addiction, child protection, and applied cognition.
Paul has published over 300 reports, chapters and journal articles in these areas and has presented previously at IAGR on gambling-related harm.
Much of the principal focus of gambling research has been upon problem gambling and harm. But this session will focus on what can be learnt from the high percentage of gamblers who gamble safely and responsibly.
What valuable insights can be drawn from a range of gamblers to help inform preventative approaches, self-help methods, and how recreational gambling might transition to less healthy forms?