Dr. Mark Griffiths shares information regarding a gambling addiction in his family. Griffiths considers the role of cognitive bias and skill in fruit machine gambling.
Dr. Mark Griffiths study on cognitive bias and gambling has three hypotheses and occurs with ecological validity. The study involves the independent variable of gambling regularity and the dependent variables of skill, verbalization, and skill perception.
Dr. Mark Griffiths conducts his gambling study in a real-life setting, with funding. He discusses using a snowball technique to acquire 60 gambling participants, defining participants into regular and irregular gamblers, and identifying gambling skill.
Dr. Mark Griffiths discusses behavioral terms of regular and irregular gamblers. He reveals the results for his three hypotheses regarding skill, perception of skill, and irrational verbalization.
Experts evaluate the representativeness, the validity, and reliability and of Dr. Mark Griffiths' cognitive bias gambling study.
Dr. Mark Griffiths' cognitive gambling study reveals the psychology of the near miss. It provides information that can help gamblers overcome addiction and provides insight on gambling dangers. Griffiths discusses the convenience of gambling.
Credits: Griffiths: Cognitive Bias and Gambling—Core Studies in Psychology (00:13)
Credits: Griffiths: Cognitive Bias and Gambling—Core Studies in Psychology
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