Gambling risk behaviour
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Risk Perception in Gambling: A Systematic Review
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Risks of Gambling
In gambling, distorted expectations and preferences towards outcomes are associated with significant social and clinical harms. A systematic review was conducted to examine the relationship between gambling risk perception and behaviour. Sixteen studies met inclusion criteria. Studies provided evidence that disordered gamblers hold both more optimistic overall perceptions of risk, and a mixture of more positive and more negative specific outcome expectations. Preliminary evidence suggests a range of contextual and individual differences moderate risk perception affecting decision-making.
Disordered gamblers appear to sustain motivation to gamble, despite more negative expectations and experiences, via cognitive processes that result in preferential emphasis on positive over negative outcomes.
Given potential differences in the perception of risk between various categories of gamblers, clinicians should take into account how gamblers in treatment view gambling as a risky behaviour. Improving the accuracy of such perceptions may reduce the propensity for risk-taking behaviours.
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It seems you have, instead, been putting the total amount of stuff received under "received" and the number of dabs that came from under "frequency. I will continue updating my numbers as I collect more info. Ventriloquist, are you sure that is the complete drop? I have not heard of Daps failing to drop any ecto. And BramStoker, good idea but someone will need to take on importing the data: P Vormmor talk Saw the five ecto price, went "eh, why not!
Hard to forget the taste of disappointment. I mistook the "frequency" for the number of times opened. I had the records of raw data, so I have corrected my faulty inputs.
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I have combined the data above to remove the user signature column as I think this data is still of some interest. Nice job on the update! I will continue to add my info here in hopes that we can get a good idea of not just the drop rates for each item, but also the different assortments of items that can be dropped, along with their rarity.