A-Level Psychology, Gambling addiction: cognitive theory

An A4 revision sheet covering the A01 for the cognitive theory linked to gambling addiction. It covers:
Cognitive biases ( superstitious behaviours, personality traits, illusion of control, selective recall and gamblers fallacy)
Expectancy theory
self-efficacy
and Mark Griffiths study on cognitive biases in gamblers

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