Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences


Publications

2006 in press/in review


  1. Adams, P. J. (in press). Identity talk on dangerous consumptions down-under. Guest editorial to special issue in Addiction Research and Theory.
  2. Adams, P. J. & Rossen, F. (in review). Reducing the moral jeopardy associated with receiving funds from the proceeds of gambling. Accepted for publication subject to recommended changes. Journal of Gambling Issues.
  3. Clarke, D., Tse, S., Abbott, M., Townsend, S., Kingi, P., & Manaia, W., (in review) Religion, Spirituality and Associations with Problem Gambling. New Zealand Journal of Psychology.
  4. Clarke, D., Abbott, M., Tse, S., Townsend, S., Kingi, P., & Manaia, W., (in review) Gender, Age, Ethnic and Occupational Associations with Pathological Gambling in a New Zealand Urban Sample. New Zealand Journal of Psychology.
  5. Goodyear-Smith, F., Arroll, B., Kerese, N., Sullivan, S., Tse, S., Shepherd, R., Rossen, F., & Perese, L. (in review). Problem gambling: how big is the co-morbidity? Huge! Annal of Family medicine.
  6. Perese, L. (in review). Early Samoan Games and Sports: A Link Toward Understanding Contemporary Samoan Gambling? Contemporary Pacific Journal. 

2005


  1. Adams, P.J. & Hodges, I. (2005). Understanding Dangerous Consumptions: Moving Forward with a National Strategy for Research on Tobacco, Alcohol, Other Drugs and Gambling. Journal of Social Policy in New Zealand, 26, 17-42. Full article(145.4KB PDF)  
  2. Adams, P., & Rossen, F. (2005) The Ethics of Receiving Funds from the Proceeds of Gambling. Auckland: Centre for Gambling Studies, University of Auckland.
  3. Campbell, L., Brown, R., & Adams, P. (2005). Identifying and Improving Information on Gambling For Use by Territorial Local Authorities. Centre for Gambling Studies, Auckland UniServices Ltd: Prepared for the Problem Gambling Foundation of New Zealand.
  4. Campbell, L. & Raeburn, J. (2005). Developing a Community Indicators Model: The Impact of Gambling on Communities. Centre for Gambling Studies, Auckland UniServices Ltd: Prepared for the Problem Gambling Foundation of New Zealand.
  5. Raeburn, J. M., Akerman, M., Oladepo, O., Chuengsatiansup, K., & Maija, F. Building community capacity to promote health. Technical paper for 6th Global Conference on Health Promotion. Geneva: World Health Organization.
  6. Raeburn, J. M. & Herd, R. (2005). Te Ngira: Gambling and Public Health: A workplan. Wellington, New Zealand Problem Gambling Committee (commissioned monograph)
  7. Shepherd, R. M. (2005). Volitional Strategies and Social Phobia in higher education. Higher Education (submitted for publication).
  8. Shepherd, R. M. & Edelmann, R. J. (2005). Reasons for Internet Use and Social Anxiety. Personality and Individual Differences.
  9. Tse, S., Abbott, M., Clarke, D., Townsend, S., Kingi, P., & Manaia, W. (2005). Why people gamble: Examining the determinants of problem gambling. Prepared for Health Research Council of New Zealand. Auckland UniServices Limited, University of Auckland. Full article(1.7MB PDF)
  10. Tse, S., Stevenson, R. E., Shepherd, R-M, Adams, P., Brown, R., McArthur, M-J, Rossen, F., & Townsend, S. (2005). Host Responsibility for Gambling Venues in New Zealand: Guidelines Report. Summary and Recommendations. Auckland UniServices Limited, University of Auckland. Full article(200.0KB PDF)
  11. Tse, S., Stevenson, R. E., Shepherd, R-M, Adams, P., Brown, R., McArthur, M-J, Rossen, F., & Townsend, S. (2005). Host Responsibility for Gambling Venues in New Zealand: Guidelines Report. Auckland UniServices Limited, University of Auckland.
  12. Tse, S., Stevenson, R. E., Shepherd, R-M, Adams, P., Brown, R., McArthur, M-J, Rossen, F., & Townsend, S. (2005). Host Responsibility for Gambling Venues in New Zealand: Companion Report. Auckland UniServices Limited, University of Auckland. 

2004


  1. Adams, P. (2004) Minimising the impact of gambling in the subtle degradation of democratic systems. The Electronic Journal of Gambling Issues, 9. Full article(95.2KB PDF)

  2. Adams, P., Rossen, F., Perese, L., Townsend, S., Brown, R., Brown, P. & Garland, J. (2004) Gambling Impact Assessment for Seven Auckland Territorial Authorities. Part One: Introduction and Overview. Centre for Gambling Studies, University of Auckland. Full article(723.3KB PDF)

  3. Adams, P., Rossen, F., Perese, L., Townsend, S., Brown, R., Brown, P. & Garland, J. (2004) Gambling Impact Assessment for Seven Auckland Territorial Authorities. Part Two: Seven District Reports - Auckland. Centre for Gambling Studies, University of Auckland. Full article(330.7KB PDF)

  4. Adams, P., Rossen, F., Perese, L., Townsend, S., Brown, R., Brown, P. & Garland, J. (2004) Gambling Impact Assessment for Seven Auckland Territorial Authorities. Part Two: Seven District Reports - Franklin. Centre for Gambling Studies, University of Auckland. Full article(314.1KB PDF)
  5. Adams, P., Rossen, F., Perese, L., Townsend, S., Brown, R., Brown, P. & Garland, J. (2004) Gambling Impact Assessment for Seven Auckland Territorial Authorities. Part Two: Seven District Reports - Manukau. Centre for Gambling Studies, University of Auckland. Full article(324.2KB PDF)

  6. Adams, P., Rossen, F., Perese, L., Townsend, S., Brown, R., Brown, P. & Garland, J. (2004) Gambling Impact Assessment for Seven Auckland Territorial Authorities. Part Two: Seven District Reports - North Shore. Centre for Gambling Studies, University of Auckland. Full article(315.6KB PDF)

  7. Adams, P., Rossen, F., Perese, L., Townsend, S., Brown, R., Brown, P. & Garland, J. (2004) Gambling Impact Assessment for Seven Auckland Territorial Authorities. Part Two: Seven District Reports - Papakura. Centre for Gambling Studies, University of Auckland. Full article(311.0KB PDF)


  8. Adams, P., Rossen, F., Perese, L., Townsend, S., Brown, R., Brown, P. & Garland, J. (2004) Gambling Impact Assessment for Seven Auckland Territorial Authorities. Part Two: Seven District Reports - Rodney. Centre for Gambling Studies, University of Auckland. Full article(316.4KB PDF)

  9. Adams, P., Rossen, F., Perese, L., Townsend, S., Brown, R., Brown, P. & Garland, J. (2004) Gambling Impact Assessment for Seven Auckland Territorial Authorities. Part Two: Seven District Reports - Waitakere. Centre for Gambling Studies, University of Auckland. Full article(325.5KB PDF)

2003


  1. Adams, P., Raeburn, J., Brown, R., Lane, L., Tse, S., Manaia, W., & Gerdelan, R. (2003). Should Gambling Researchers Receive Funding Directly from Gambling Industries? [Electronic Journal]. The Wager.
  2. Bellringer, M. E., Perese, L., Rossen, F., Tse, S., Adams, P., Brown, R. & Manaia, W. (2003). Supporting the Wellbeing of Young People in Relation to Gambling in New Zealand: Final Report and Recommendations. Centre for Gambling Studies and Problem Gambling Foundation. Full article(713.4KB PDF)
  3. Mcmillan, L., Bellringer, M. E., Tse, S., Brown, R. & Adams, P. (2003) Counselling and Support Needs of Long Term Clients. Final Report. Auckland: Problem Gambling Foundation of New Zealand.
  4. Raeburn, J.M., Herd, R. (2003) Gambling and public health: A workplan. Auckland, Problem Gambling foundation/Hapai Te Haurora Tapui Ltd.
  5. Wong, J. & Tse, S. (2003). The face of Chinese migrants’ gambling: A perspective from New Zealand. [Electronic Journal]. The Electronic Journal of Gambling Issues, 9, Opinion. Full article(106.7KB PDF)

2002


  1. Adams, P., Brown, R., Raeburn, J. & Tse, S. (2002) Expert briefing to Ministry of Social Development for the Living Standards Research Programme & development of explanatory variables relating to gambling (and other factors). Centre for Gambling Studies, University of Auckland.
  2. Adams, P, & Hodges, I. (2002) Towards a National Strategy for the Development of Research on Tobacco, Alcohol, Other Drugs and Gambling. Auckland: Applied Behavioural Science, University of Auckland.
  3. Bellringer, M. E., Perese, L., Rossen, F., Tse, S., Adams, P., Brown, R. & Manaia, W. (2002) Supporting the Wellbeing of Young People in Relation to Gambling in New Zealand: A Discussion Document. Centre for Gambling Studies and Problem Gambling Foundation.
  4. Bellringer, M. E. & Wykes, C. (2002) Health Promotion and Education Project. Final report prepared for Problem Gambling Foundation of New Zealand and funded by Problem Gambling Committee.
  5. Perese, L. (2002) Pacific People and Gambling: A Critical Review of the Public Health and Gambling Literature for Pacific Peoples, Indigenous Cultures and Ethnic Minorities. Centre for Gambling Studies, University of Auckland.
  6. Rossen, F. (2002). Youth Gambling: A Critical Review of the Public Health Literature. Centre for Gambling Studies, University of Auckland. Full article(806.7KB PDF)

  7. Rossen, F., Adams, P. & Dixon, R. (2002). The Development and Piloting of a Youth Gambling Questionnaire. Centre for Gambling Studies, University of Auckland.
  8. Tse, S. & Tan, R. (2002) Asian Services Christchurch Project. Final report prepared for Problem Gambling Foundation of New Zealand and funded by Problem Gambling Committee.         

2001


  1. Brown, R. & Raeburn, J. (2001). Gambling Harm and Health: Two Perspectives on Ways to Minimise Harm and Maximise Health with regard to Gambling in New Zealand. Problem Gambling Committee of New Zealand in association with The Gambling Studies Institute of New Zealand (early form of CGS). April 2001. Full article(1.1MB PDF)

  2. Oakley-Browne, M. A., Adams, P. & Mobberley, P. M. (2001) Interventions for Pathological Gambling. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, Issue 3.          

2000


  1. Perese, L. & Faleafa, M. (2000). The Impact of Gambling on some Samoan Peoples Lives in Auckland. The Compulsive Gambling Society of New Zealand. July 2000. Full article(1.1MB PDF)
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