Association of pathological gambling with depression in Scotland

Crawford Moodie, Frances Finnigan

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    As most research concerning gambling and depression has been conducted on clinical populations, the present study examined the relationship between gambling and depression across a large sample in Scotland in higher education and the community. A questionnaire-based cluster design involved the distribution of the South Oaks Gambling Screen and the Centre for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale mainly to students and staff of higher educational establishments, with small community and gambling samples also included. Thirty-seven colleges and universities across Scotland participated in the research, with a sample of 2,259 people aged sixteen years of age or over (M = 28.9 yr., SD=13.4) being obtained.

    Original languageEnglish
    JournalPsychological Reports
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2006


    • Scotland
    • depression
    • gambling


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