Dr. Luke Clark | 2015 Speakers
Player Behaviour Panel Host
Director, Centre for Gambling
Research, University of British Columbia
Dr. Luke Clark is the director of the Centre for Gambling Research at UBC. His research focuses on the psychological and neural mechanisms that underlie gambling behaviour, and how these processes are altered in disordered gambling. Before moving to the Department of Psychology at UBC, he was a senior lecturer at University of Cambridge, U.K. He has published over 100 papers in peer-reviewed journals and serves on the editorial board for Addiction, International Gambling Studies and the Journal of Gambling Studies.
Twitter @LukeClark01 @CGR_UBC
The UBC Session
Player Behaviour and Awareness of Responsible Gambling
In an alternative format, audio recordings from focus groups of regular gamblers will be used to present the player’s perspective on responsible gambling. This will stimulate discussion on whose responsibility is responsible gambling, how much intervention should be expected or is wanted, and when and how gamblers deviate from responsible play.