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Exploring gambling craving through the elaborated intrusion theory of desire: a mixed methods approach

Bibliographic reference Cornil, Aurélien ; Lopez-Fernandez, Olatz ; Devos, Gaetan ; de Timary, Philippe ; Goudriaan, Anna E. ; et. al. Exploring gambling craving through the elaborated intrusion theory of desire: a mixed methods approach. In: International Gambling Studies, (2017)
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