Charles Livingstone
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Risky business: A few provocations on the regulation of electronic gaming machines
C Livingstone, R Woolley
International gambling studies 7 (3), 361-376, 2007
Setting limits: Gambling, science and public policy—Summary of results
P Sulkunen, TF Babor, J Cisneros Örnberg, M Egerer, M Hellman, ...
Addiction 116 (1), 32-40, 2021
The relevance and role of gaming machine games and game features on the play of problem gamblers
C Livingstone, R Woolley
Australian Institute for Primary Care and Ageing (LaTrobe), 2008
Modelling vulnerability to gambling related harm: How disadvantage predicts gambling losses
AC Rintoul, C Livingstone, AP Mellor, D Jolley
Addiction Research & Theory 21 (4), 329-338, 2013
Defining the commercial determinants of health: a systematic review
C de Lacy-Vawdon, C Livingstone
BMC Public Health 20, 1-16, 2020
Desire and the consumption of danger: Electronic gaming machines and the commodification of interiority
C Livingstone
Addiction Research & Theory 13 (6), 523-534, 2005
Moving on from responsible gambling: a new discourse is needed to prevent and minimise harm from gambling
C Livingstone, A Rintoul
Public Health 184, 107-112, 2020
A review of public opinion towards alcohol controls in Australia
C Tobin, AR Moodie, C Livingstone
BMC Public Health 11 (1), 1-9, 2011
Clear principles are needed for integrity in gambling research
C Livingstone, PJ Adams
Addiction 111 (1), 5-10, 2016
Harm promotion: observations on the symbiosis between government and private industries in Australasia for the development of highly accessible gambling markets
C Livingstone, PJ Adams
Addiction 106 (1), 3-8, 2011
The social economy of poker machine gambling in Victoria
C Livingstone
International Gambling Studies 1 (1), 46-65, 2001
Identifying effective policy interventions to prevent gambling-related harm
P Livingstone, C, Rintoul, A, de Lacy-Vawdon, C, Borland, R, Dietze, P ...
Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation, 2019
What is the evidence for harm minimisation measures in gambling venues?
C Livingstone, A Rintoul, L Francis
Evidence Base: A Journal of Evidence Reviews in Key Policy Areas, 1-24, 2014
On gambling research, social science and the consequences of commercial gambling
C Livingstone, P Adams, R Cassidy, F Markham, G Reith, A Rintoul, ...
International Gambling Studies 18 (1), 56-68, 2018
Hooked on gambling: A problem of human or machine design?
M Yücel, A Carter, K Harrigan, RJ van Holst, C Livingstone
The Lancet Psychiatry 5 (1), 20-21, 2018
External factors affecting decision-making and use of evidence in an Australian public health policy environment
P Zardo, A Collie, C Livingstone
Social science & medicine 108, 120-127, 2014
Games of chance or masters of illusion: multiline slots design may promote cognitive distortions
K Harrigan, V MacLaren, D Brown, MJ Dixon, C Livingstone
International Gambling Studies 14 (2), 301-317, 2014
House edge: hold percentage and the cost of EGM gambling
R Woolley, C Livingstone, K Harrigan, A Rintoul
International Gambling Studies 13 (3), 388-402, 2013
Into the zone: Innovating in the Australian poker machine industry
R Woolley, C Livingstone
Global Gambling, 50-75, 2009
Addiction surplus: The add-on margin that makes addictive consumptions difficult to contain
PJ Adams, C Livingstone
International Journal of Drug Policy 26 (1), 107-111, 2015
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