Government Reports

Title: Yellow Flag Pre-Campaign Evaluation , Nova Scotia Department of Health Promotion and ProtectionAuthor(s): Schellinck, T., Schrans, T. & Focal Research Consultants LimitedPublished: 2006
Title: Nova Scotia Video Lottery Responsible Gaming Features ResearchAuthor(s): Schellinck, T., Schrans, T. & Focal Research Consultants LimitedPublished: 2002Journal: Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation, Halifax, NSDownload:

White Papers

Title: Using Player Loyalty Data to Detect Risk for Problem Gambling: Developing and Testing Risk Identification Models for Use in the UK Casino MarketAuthor(s): Schellinck, T., Schrans, T., & Focal Research Consultants LimitedPublished: 2016Download:


Title: Informing the Debate: Specifications for an Effective Gambling Risk Assessment System Based on Loyalty Tracking DataAuthor(s): Schellinck, T., Schrans, T., & Yi, Z.Published: December 2009Journal: The 6th International Conference on Gaming Industry and Public Welfare 2009, Macao, ChinaDownload:
Title: Developing an Improved Measure of Risk and Harm due to Gambling: Characteristics of an Improved Instrument and the Application of Formative and Reflective ConstructsAuthor(s): Schellinck, T., & Schrans, T., Zou, Y.Published: December 2009Journal: 6th International Conference on Gaming Industry and Public WelfareVolume: Macau ChinaPages: pg. 169-188Download:
Title: Player Tracking - Raising the Bar: Using Player Tracking to Manage Risk Consumer Protection, Customer Care and Gambling IntegrityAuthor(s): Schrans, T., & Schellinck, T.Published: 2008Journal: Keynote Address , 2008 International Gambling Conference: Looking Forward - New Directions in Research and Minimising Public
Title: Testing of the self-administered problem gambling scale prototype screen: A draft report, Melbourne, AU: Market Solutions PTYAuthor(s): Maddern, C., Rogala, M.Published: 2006Download:
Title: The Victoria Self Administered Problem Gambling Screen: Development ResearchAuthor(s): Schellinck, T.Published: 2006Journal: Presented at 16 NAGS Conference
Title: The application of computer simulations in exploring continuous consumer behaviour: The study of gambling behaviourAuthor(s): Schellinck, T., & Schrans, T.Published: 2002Journal: IFSAM 2002 Conference, Gold Coast Queensland Australia Download:
Title: Marketing Research: A Computer Assisted Approach , Dryden PressAuthor(s): Schellinck, D.A., & Maddox, R.N.Published: 1987

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Title: Statistical Analyses of Gambling BehaviorsAuthor(s): Yuhui HuangPublished: October 2009Details: