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- Yaua, Yvonne H.C. Yaua, Corey E. Pilverb, Marvin A. Steinbergc, Loreen J. Rugled, Rani A. Hoffa,Suchitra Krishnan-Sarina, and Marc N. Potenzaa,e,f, Yvonne H.C. Yaua, Corey E. Pilverb, Marvin A. Steinbergc, Loreen J. Rugled, Rani A. Hoffa,Suchitra Krishnan-Sarina, and Marc N. Potenzaa,e,f,Relationships between problematic Internet use and problemgambling severity: Findings from a high-school survey. National Institute of Health. January 2014. p 1-19.
- Kundu, Priya V., D.O.a; Corey E. Pilver, Ph.D.b; Rani A. Desai; Ph.D., M.P.H.c,d, Marvin A. Steinberg, Ph.D.e, Loreen Rugle, Ph.D.f; Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin; Ph.D.c,g; and Marc N. Potenza, M.D., Ph.D.C, Gambling-Related Attitudes and Behaviors in Adolescents having Received Instant (Scratch) Lottery Tickets as Gifts. National Institutes of Health, April 2013, p20-37.
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