2013
DOI: 10.1007/s10899-013-9366-9
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Pathological Gambling and Couple: Towards an Integrative Systemic Model

Abstract: This article is a critical literature review of pathological gambling focused in the family factors, particularly in the couple dynamics. Its main goal is to develop an explicative integrative systemic model of pathological gambling, based in these couple dynamics. To achieve that aim, a bibliography search was made, using on-line data bases (e.g., EBSCO Host) and recognized books in pathological gambling subject, as well as in the systemic approach in general. This process privileged the recent works (about 7… Show more

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“…Finally, Ladouceur (2002) categorized gamblers according to the categories of low, medium, and high risk. Based on the latter two systems, Cunha and Relvas (2014a) formulated a typology that combined two criteria, which were the frequency and negative consequences of gambling, resulting in the following four types of relationships: (a) no relationship, in which there is no relationship between an individual and engaging in games of chance, or when such a relationship does exist, it is sporadic and does not result in adverse consequences; (b) relationship of controlled domination, in which the individual has full control with regard to his or her gambling activity; (c) relationship of partial subordination, in which gambling influences a significant part of the individual's life, particularly the financial aspects; and (d) relationship of complete subordination, in which the individual is fully under the spell of gambling and has adopted a submissive behavior in this regard, causing a number of serious problems.…”
Section: Abstract Context Couple Family Gambling Severity Individualmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Finally, Ladouceur (2002) categorized gamblers according to the categories of low, medium, and high risk. Based on the latter two systems, Cunha and Relvas (2014a) formulated a typology that combined two criteria, which were the frequency and negative consequences of gambling, resulting in the following four types of relationships: (a) no relationship, in which there is no relationship between an individual and engaging in games of chance, or when such a relationship does exist, it is sporadic and does not result in adverse consequences; (b) relationship of controlled domination, in which the individual has full control with regard to his or her gambling activity; (c) relationship of partial subordination, in which gambling influences a significant part of the individual's life, particularly the financial aspects; and (d) relationship of complete subordination, in which the individual is fully under the spell of gambling and has adopted a submissive behavior in this regard, causing a number of serious problems.…”
Section: Abstract Context Couple Family Gambling Severity Individualmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…To explain gambling disorder, Cunha and Relvas (2014a) developed the Integrative Systemic Model of Pathological Gambling (ISMPG), which makes it possible to understand the development and maintenance of that problem. This model organizes the evidence from the literature on the subject and interprets it as a coherent whole, and it includes four levels of understanding that influence one another.…”
Section: Abstract Context Couple Family Gambling Severity Individualmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Na fase inicial do projeto, desenvolveu-se o Modelo Sistémico Integrador do Jogo Patológico (MSIJP) (Cunha & Relvas, 2014a) e todos os estudos subsequentes têm como base teórica este modelo. O MSIJP é uma ferramenta sistémica compreensiva do desenvolvimento e manutenção do jogo patológico.…”
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