Recent Member Publications

Burke, M.* (2014). Don’t gamble with your recovery. Rockers in Recovery.

Burke, M.* (2009). Never enough: One lawyer’s true story of how he gambled his career away. American Bar Association.

Ledgerwood, D.M.*, & Milosevic, A. (in press). Clinical and personality characteristics associated with post-traumatic stress disorder in problem and pathological gamblers recruited from the community. Journal of Gambling Studies.

Ledgerwood, D.M.*, Loree, A., & Lundahl, L.H. (2013). Predictors of treatment outcome in disordered gamblers. In D. Richards, A. Blaszczynski & L. Nower (Eds.). Wiley-Blackwell handbook of disordered gambling. Wiley, New York.

Ledgerwood, D.M.*, Arfken, C.L., Wiedemann, A.A., Bates, K.E., Holmes, D., & Jones, L. (2013). Who goes to treatment? Predictors of treatment initiation among gambling help-line callers. American Journal on Addictions, 22, 33-38. 

Knezevic, B., & Ledgerwood, D.M.* (2012). Do pathological gamblers recruited from treatment differ from those recruited from the community? American Journal on Addictions, 21, 508-515.

Ledgerwood, D.M.*, Kaploun, K., Milosevic, A., Orr, E., Frisch, G.R., Rupcich, N., & Lundahl, L.H. (2012). Executive function deficits in pathological gamblers compared with healthy non-problem gambling controls. Journal of Gambling Studies, 28, 89-103.

Ledgerwood, D.M.*, Wiedemann, A., Moore, J., & Arfken, C. (2012). Characteristics of male and female problem gamblers calling the State of Michigan Gambling Helpline. Addiction Research & Theory, 20, 162-171.

McCullough, L.J.* (March, 2013). Beware: Problem Gambling Takes a Big Toll.

Otteman, T.* (2009).NCAA March Madness can cause lifetime gambling problems. U.S. News and World Report.