In the least surprising study of all time, South Korean researchers find that giving rats cocaine causes them to make riskier gambling decision.
A new study claims male and female problem gamblers react differently to gambling stress, with men more prone to violence and women more emotional.
A German study finds that the majority of capital investors make "non-optimal" decisions based on the gambler's fallacy that a stock is 'due' to pay off.
A new survey claims that gamblers are better than stock traders when it comes to reacting to losing bets; also, problem gamblers have problems.
Annual Wallethub study shows Nevada once again narrowly edging out South Dakota as America's 'most addicted' gambling state.
New brain research by Kyoto University shows problem gamblers have greater difficulty in assessing risk and adapting to risky situation.
New study shows Hong Kong residents gambled less in 2016 while the rates of problem gamblers are also on the decline, although individual spending rises.
US gaming industry associations plead for problem gambling funding; South Korea's Kangwon Land casino paying problem gamblers to steer clear.
Pennsylvania's introduction of casino gambling a decade ago has failed to produce the predicted rise in problem gambling behavior.
A new survey of UK general practitioners suggests doctors should also be screening patients for problem gambling symptoms.