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Reduced inhibitory control predicts persistence in laboratory slot machine gambling

Bibliographic reference Devos, Gaetan ; Clark, Luke ; Maurage, Pierre ; Kazimierczuk, Marlena ; Billieux, Joël. Reduced inhibitory control predicts persistence in laboratory slot machine gambling. In: International Gambling Studies, Vol. 15, no.3, p. 408-421
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