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Eric Ramsey Louderback, Ph.D.

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University of Miami, Coral Gables, FLPh.D.05/2018Sociology (Medical Sociology & Criminology)
University of Miami, Coral Gables, FLM.A.05/2015Sociology (Medical Sociology & Criminology)
The University of Tampa, Tampa, FLB.A.05/2012Sociology and Philosophy

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  1. Louderback ER, LaPlante DA, Abarbanel B, Kraus SW, Bernhard BJ, Gray HM. Examining Responsible Gambling Program Awareness and Engagement Trends and Relationships with Gambling Beliefs and Behaviors: A Three-Wave Study of Customers from a Major Gambling Operator. J Gambl Stud. 2022 Mar 18. PMID: 35301605.
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  2. McAuliffe W, Louderback ER, Edson T, LaPlante D, Nelson SE. Using “Markers of Harm” to Track Risky Gambling in Two Cohorts of Online Sports Bettors. Journal of Gambling Studies. 2022; 1-33. View Publication.
  3. McAuliffe WHB, Louderback ER, Edson TC, LaPlante DA, Nelson SE. Using "Markers of Harm" to Track Risky Gambling in Two Cohorts of Online Sports Bettors. J Gambl Stud. 2022 Jan 24. PMID: 35067833.
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  4. Abarbanel B, Xu T, Kraus S, Gray H, Louderback E, LaPlante D, Bernhard B. Association between casino resort employee department and responsible gambling program perceptions: a three-year follow-up study. International Gambling Studies. 2021; 1-22. View Publication.
  5. Abarbanel B, Kraus S, Huang QT, Gray H, Louderback E, LaPlante D, Bernhard B. Association between employee department and responsible gambling program perceptions: extension and follow-up study. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Insights. 2021; 4(5):582-600. View Publication.
  6. Edson TC, Tom MA, Louderback ER, Nelson SE, LaPlante DA. Returning to the virtual casino: a contemporary study of actual online casino gambling. International Gambling Studies. 2021; 1-28. View Publication.
  7. Gray HM, Louderback ER, LaPlante DA, Abarbanel B, Kraus SW, Bernhard BJ. Who holds a shared responsibility view of minimizing gambling harm? Results from a multiwave survey of casino gamblers. Psychol Addict Behav. 2021 Jul 22. PMID: 34291955.
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  8. Nelson SE, Edson TC, Louderback ER, Tom MA, Grossman A, LaPlante DA. Changes to the playing field: A contemporary study of actual European online sports betting. J Behav Addict. 2021 Jun 30. PMID: 34191745.
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  9. Louderback ER, LaPlante DA, Currie SR, Nelson SE. Developing and validating lower risk online gambling thresholds with actual bettor data from a major Internet gambling operator. Psychol Addict Behav. 2021 Dec; 35(8):921-938. PMID: 34881914.
    Citations: 2     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  10. Louderback ER, LaPlante DA, Currie SR, Nelson SE. . Developing and validating lower risk online gambling thresholds with actual bettor data from a major Internet gambling operator. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors. 2021; 1-18. View Publication.
  11. McAuliffe WHB, Edson TC, Louderback ER, LaRaja A, LaPlante DA. Responsible product design to mitigate excessive gambling: A scoping review and z-curve analysis of replicability. PLoS One. 2021; 16(4):e0249926. PMID: 33878126.
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  12. LaPlante DA, Louderback ER, Abarbanel B. Gambling researchers’ use and views of open science principles and practices: A brief report. International Gambling Studies. 2021. View Publication.
  13. Edson TC, Tom MA, Philander KS, Louderback ER, LaPlante DA. A large-scale prospective study of big wins and their relationship with future financial and time involvement in actual daily fantasy sports contests. Psychol Addict Behav. 2021 Dec; 35(8):948-960. PMID: 33734785.
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  14. Louderback ER, Antonaccio O. New applications of self-control theory to computer-focused cyber deviance and victimization: A comparison of cognitive and behavioral measures of self-control and test of peer cyber deviance and gender as moderators. Crime & Delinquency. 2021; 67(3):366-398. View Publication.
  15. Louderback ER, Gray HM, LaPlante DA, Abarbanel B, Bernhard BJ. A Comparison of Two GameSense Implementation Approaches: How Program Awareness and Engagement Relate to Gambling Beliefs and Behaviors. J Gambl Stud. 2022 Mar; 38(1):153-183. PMID: 33624195.
    Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  16. Louderback ER, Wohl MJ, LaPlante DA. Integrating open science practices into recommendations for accepting gambling industry research funding. Addiction Research & Theory. 2021; 29(1):79-87. View Publication.
  17. Gray HM, Louderback ER, LaPlante DA, Abarbanel B, Bernhard BJ. Gamblers' beliefs about responsibility for minimizing gambling harm: Associations with problem gambling screening and gambling involvement. Addict Behav. 2021 03; 114:106660. PMID: 33218840.
    Citations:    Fields:    Translation:HumansPHPublic Health
  18. Choi KS, Lee CS, Louderback ER. The Palgrave Handbook of International Cybercrime and Cyberdeviance. Edited by TJ Holt, AM Bossler. Historical Evolutions of Cybercrime: From Computer Crime to Cybercrime. 2020; 27-43. View Publication.
  19. Maimon D, Louderback ER. Cyber-dependent crimes: An interdisciplinary review. Annual Review of Criminology. 2018; 2:191-216. View Publication.
  20. Louderback ER, Sen Roy S. Integrating social disorganization and routine activity theories and testing the effectiveness of neighbourhood crime watch programs: Case study of Miami-Dade County, 2007–15. The British Journal of Criminology. 2018; 58(4):968-992. View Publication.
  21. Bunting RJ, Chang OY, Cowen C, Hankins R, Langston S, Warner A, Yang X, Louderback ER, Sen Roy S. Spatial patterns of larceny and aggravated assault in Miami–Dade County, 2007–2015. The Professional Geographer. 2018; 70(1):34-46. View Publication.
  22. Louderback ER, Antonaccio O. Exploring cognitive decision-making processes, computer-focused cyber deviance involvement and victimization: The role of thoughtfully reflective decision-making. Journal of research in crime and delinquency. 2017; 54(5):639-679. View Publication.
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