Presentation: Anthony King, Aldo Barrita, Ting Tong, Danielle Cheung, and Gloria Wong-Padoongpatt

Anthony King, Aldo Barrita, Ting Tong, Danielle Cheung, and Gloria Wong-Padoongpatt (all Psychology) presented three research posters at the American Psychological Association's Division 50 conference for Collaborative Perspectives on Addiction. The posters that were:

  • "The Role of Relative Deprivation in Video Gaming Disorders of US Emerging Adults" "
  • The Role of Subjective Social Status in Substance Use During Emerging Adulthood"
  • "The Links Between Problematic Video Gaming and Gambling in US College Students"

Two of the posters presented by the team received awards for displaying research excellence.

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