The first volume of the NCRG's monograph series, titled "Youth and College Gambling," addresses a number of critical factors surrounding key issues in pathological and youth gambling, yet also raises compelling issues that require future research. This volume includes research summaries on the following topics:
- Randy D. Stinchfield, Ph.D., University of Minnesota, on the impact of gender and age on teen gambling behavior
- Rina Gupta, Ph.D., McGill University, on employing coping strategies to discourage gambling problems amoung youth
- Richard LaBrie, Ed.D., Harvard Medical School, on gambling habits among college students
- Howard Shaffer, Ph.D., Harvard Medical School, on identifying patterns of drinking and gambling-related rulemaking on college campuses
- Ken Winters, Ph.D., University of Minnestoa, on using adolescent gambling behaviors to predict at-risk or problem gambling in young adults.