2016 Keynote Speakers
Dr. Carl Hart - Author, Associate Professor at Columbia University, New York, USA
Dr. Carl Hart is an associate professor of psychology and psychiatry at Columbia University. He has also published nearly 100 scientific articles in the area of neuropsychopharmacology. Dr. Hart will be presenting the keynote address on what we have learned from drugs and addiction and how we can apply those lessons on gambling. Drugs face many of the same stigma, policy, and access issues as gambling, and as such provide our industry with lessons already learned in improving social welfare.
Watch the video as Dr. Carl Hart presented the keynote address on what we have learned from drugs and addiction and how we can apply those lessons on gambling.
Tom Moseman - Senior Vice President, Envirosell, New Paltz, USA
Tom Moseman is the Senior Vice President of Envirosell Inc., a multi-national consumer behaviour research and consulting firm. Pairing research results with his extensive experience, Tom will discuss how location, design and display of responsible gambling information in a casino impacts the player’s perception of Responsible Gambling programs.
Watch the video as Tom Moseman discusses how location, design and display of responsible gambling information in a casino impacts the player’s perception of Responsible Gambling programs.
Don Feeney, Keith Whyte
What the public thinks (and why it matters)
Michael Hearne, Paul Pellizzari
Marketing pre-commitment tools: An Ontario case study
Dr. Jon Kelly
20 Years of responsible gambling: What I think I’ve learned
Dr. Richard Wood
Measuring the effectiveness of responsible gambling strategy: Introducing the Positive Play Index (PPI)
Can ‘Black Box’ responsible gambling algorithms be understood by users? A real world example
Dr. Brett Abarbanel
eSports: The rise of competitive video gaming
Dr. Ingo Fiedler
The convergence of gaming and gambling
The informed player opportunity
Financial literacy for lottery players – Indiana case study
Dr. Katherine Spilde, Keith Whyte, Dr. Mark Lysyshyn, Dr. Debi LaPlante
Exploring public health perspectives on gambling
Dr. David Forrest
Raising the stakes
Dr. Douglas Walker
Should “win limits” or “prize targets” become a part of responsible gambling?
Angela Wiczek, Yasmine Roulleau de La Roussière, Mark Vander Linden
Making responsible gambling work within the industry
Dr. Irwin Cohen, Dr. Amanda McCormick
Findings on the British Columbia Lottery Corporation’s (BCLC) Voluntary Self-Exclusion program
Dr. Luke Clark, Dr. Catharine Winstanley, Dr. Eve Limbrick-Oldfield, Nick Richards
UBC Session: Cognitive distortions and responsible gambling messaging