Philip Newall
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Gambling marketing from 2014 to 2018: A literature review
PWS Newall, C Moodie, G Reith, M Stead, N Critchlow, A Morgan, ...
Current Addiction Reports 6 (2), 49 - 56, 2019
The association between gambling and financial, social and health outcomes in big financial data
N Muggleton, P Parpart, P Newall, D Leake, J Gathergood, N Stewart
Nature Human Behaviour, 2021
Why do some soccer bettors lose more money than others?
R Buhagiar, D Cortis, PWS Newall
Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance 18, 85-93, 2018
Dark nudges in gambling
PWS Newall
Addiction Research & Theory 27 (2), 65-67, 2018
Gaming the system: suboptimal compliance with loot box probability disclosure regulations in China
LY Xiao, LL Henderson, Y Yang, PWS Newall
Behavioural Public Policy, 2021
Behavioral complexity of British gambling advertising
PWS Newall
Addiction Research & Theory 25 (6), 505, 2017
How bookies make your money
PWS Newall
Judgment and Decision Making 10 (3), 225-231, 2015
Nudge versus sludge in gambling warning labels: How the effectiveness of a consumer protection measure can be undermined
PWS Newall, L Walasek, EA Ludvig, MJ Rockloff
Behavioral Science & Policy, 2022
Live-odds gambling advertising and consumer protection
PWS Newall, A Thobhani, L Walasek, C Meyer
PloS one 14 (6), e0216876, 2019
Regulating gambling-like video game loot boxes: A public health framework comparing industry self-regulation, existing national legal approaches, and other potential approaches
LY Xiao, LL Henderson, RKL Nielsen, PWS Newall
Current Addiction Reports 9 (3), 163-178, 2022
Structural characteristics of fixed-odds sports betting products
PWS Newall, AMT Russell, N Hing
Journal of Behavioral Addictions 10 (3), 371-380, 2021
What are the odds? Poor compliance with UK loot box probability disclosure industry self-regulation
LY Xiao, LL Henderson, PWS Newall
Plos one 18 (9), e0286681, 2023
Impact of the “when the fun stops, stop” gambling message on online gambling behaviour: a randomised, online experimental study
PWS Newall, L Weiss-Cohen, H Singmann, L Walasek, EA Ludvig
The Lancet Public Health 7 (5), e437-e446, 2022
Are any samples representative or unbiased? Reply to Pickering and Blaszczynski
AMT Russell, M Browne, N Hing, M Rockloff, P Newall
International Gambling Studies 22 (1), 102-113, 2022
Loot boxes are more prevalent in United Kingdom video games than previously considered: Updating Zendle et al.(2020)
LY Xiao, LL Henderson, PWS Newall
Addiction, 2022
The stock market as a casino: Associations between stock market trading frequency and problem gambling
M Mosenhauer, PWS Newall, L Walasek
Journal of Behavioral Addictions 10 (3), 683-689, 2021
Visibility of age restriction warnings, harm reduction messages and terms and conditions: A content analysis of paid-for gambling advertising in the United Kingdom
N Critchlow, C Moodie, M Stead, A Morgan, PWS Newall, F Dobbie
Public Health 184, 79-88, 2020
Who uses custom sports betting products?
PWS Newall, R Cassidy, L Walasek, EA Ludvig, C Meyer
Addiction Research & Theory, 2020
The gamblification of investing: How a new generation of investors is being born to lose
PWS Newall, L Weiss-Cohen
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 19 (9), 5391, 2022
Exposure to gambling and alcohol marketing in soccer matchday programmes
S Sharman, CA Ferreira, PWS Newall
Journal of Gambling Studies 36 (3), 979-988, 2020
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