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Electronic Journal of Gambling Issues

From the website: "The Electronic Journal of Gambling Issues: eGambling (EJGI) offers an Internet-based forum for developments in gambling-related research, policy and treatment as well as personal accounts about gambling and gambling behaviour. Through publishing peer-reviewed articles about gambling as a social phenomenon and the prevention and treatment of gambling problems, it is our aim is to help make sense of how gambling affects us all.

"The EJGI is published by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health and is fully funded by the Ontario Substance Abuse Bureau of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. We welcome manuscripts submitted by researchers and clinicians, people involved in gambling as players, and family and friends of gamblers."

This link will take you to the current issue of the journal. Their feature article in May 2001 is "Youth Gambling: A Clinical and Research Perspective" by Jeffrey L. Derevensky and Rina Gupta. The site includes an archive and submission guidelines.