Research into emotional intelligence and gambling

Evangelia Elefthliadis from the College of Arts aims to explore and understand if there is a relationship between emotional intelligence and gambling and if it predicts problem gambling in different cultural backgrounds.

Research suggests that the ability to use your emotional intelligence is related to how we regulate risk-taking behaviour. The group data gathered in this research project will be used to refine the theory to understand this relationship.

If you are interested in participating in this study you will be :

  • currently play pokies
  • be willing to commit to a face to face interview for approximately one and a half hours 

All your answers will be grouped with others responses so that no individual responses can be identified. Participation is strictly voluntary and you can withdraw from the study at any time.

If you would like to participate, please contact Evangelia Eleftheriadis by phone, 0497 392 536, to arrange an interview. 


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