The Centre of Excellence in Responsible Gaming takes part in 45-nation survey
19th November 2021
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The University of Gibraltar’s Centre of Excellence in Responsible Gaming is collaborating in an international survey gathering data relating to sexual behaviour and well-being.
The 45-nation survey, led by Principal Investigator Dr Beáta Bőthe from the University of Montreal’s Department of Psychology, aims to better understand sexual behaviours and well-being.
Data gathered by the survey will be used to validate scales that can reliably assess different sexual behaviours and identify risk and protective factors contributing to problematic and non-problematic sexual behaviours. Besides sexual behaviours several other phenomena and health related behaviour will be investigated, including gambling habits and the interrelation of these behaviours. Participation in an international survey of this extent is a unique opportunity for Gibraltar not only to contribute to the advancement of scientific results but also to gain insight into the prevalence of the investigated behaviours in Gibraltar.
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