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Dr Luke Clark to present opening lecture at international symposium on problem gambling

last modified May 15, 2014 03:59 PM

Dr Luke Clark is to give the opening lecture at an upcoming international symposium on problem gambling. The Third International Multidisciplinary Symposium, Excessive Gambling: Prevention and Harm Reduction will be held at the University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland from 15-17 January. Dr Clark's lecture will look at how neuroscience can add to our understanding of gambling behaviour.

At the same meeting, two other members of the Laboratory for Affect, Risk, and Gambling Experiments (LARGE), which Dr Clark co-directs, will present: Steve Sharman will give a talk on 'Gambling and homelessness', and Dr Eve Limbrick Oldfieldwill give a talk on 'Neural basis of the gambler's fallacy'.