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Joris Drayer, Brendan Dwyer and Stephen L. Shapiro

gamblers are more highly involved in the activity, whereas extrinsically motivated gamblers may be less involved but may be more likely to exhibit cognitive abilities predisposing them to problem gambling ( Chantal & Vallerand, 1996 ; Chantal et al., 1995 ). The varying messages coming from the major DFS

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Brendan Dwyer, Joris Drayer and Stephen L. Shapiro

gambling literature, the cognitive abilities of gamblers are often referred to as “cognitive distortions” because the mental shortcuts, or heuristics, that people use to assess risk and probability are frequently erroneous, particularly for those defined as problem gamblers ( Kahneman & Tversky, 1979

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Jeeyoon Kim and Jeffrey D. James

.g., sportsmanship, hard work). In team sport, the sense can come from achievements at individual as well as a team level. In sport participation, achievements are derived from direct experience and can come from physical abilities as well as social and cognitive abilities. In sport spectating and sport media viewing