Matthew Justus Rockloff

Summary

Affiliation: Central Queensland University
Country: Australia

Publications

  1. ncbi request reprint An experiment on the social facilitation of gambling behavior
    Matthew Justus Rockloff
    Department of Psychology and Sociology, Central Queensland University, Rockhampton, QLD, 4702, Australia
    J Gambl Stud 23:1-12. 2007
  2. doi request reprint Gambling on electronic gaming machines is an escape from negative self reflection
    Matthew J Rockloff
    Institute for Health and Social Science Research, Central Queensland University, Bundaberg, Qld 4670, Australia
    J Gambl Stud 27:63-72. 2011
  3. doi request reprint The impact of jackpots on EGM gambling behavior: a review
    Matthew J Rockloff
    Institute for Health and Social Science Research, Central Queensland University, Bundaberg, QLD, 4670, Australia
    J Gambl Stud 29:775-90. 2013
  4. doi request reprint Validation of the Consumption Screen for Problem Gambling (CSPG)
    Matthew J Rockloff
    Institute for Health and Social Science Research, Central Queensland University, Bundaberg, Qld 4670, Australia
    J Gambl Stud 28:207-16. 2012
  5. doi request reprint Validation of a one item screen for problem gambling
    Matthew J Rockloff
    Institute for Health and Social Science Research, Central Queensland University, Bundaberg, QLD, 4670, Australia
    J Gambl Stud 27:701-7. 2011
  6. doi request reprint The social contagion of gambling: how venue size contributes to player losses
    Matthew J Rockloff
    Institute for Health and Social Science Research, Central Queensland University, Bundaberg, Qld 4670, Australia
    J Gambl Stud 27:487-97. 2011
  7. doi request reprint Audience influence on EGM gambling: the protective effects of having others watch you play
    Matthew J Rockloff
    Institute for Health and Social Science Research, Central Queensland University, Bundaberg, Qld 4670, Australia
    J Gambl Stud 27:443-51. 2011
  8. doi request reprint Never smile at a crocodile: betting on electronic gaming machines is intensified by reptile-induced arousal
    Matthew J Rockloff
    Institute for Health and Social Science Research, CQUniversity, Bundaberg, QLD, 4670, Australia
    J Gambl Stud 26:571-81. 2010
  9. ncbi request reprint Full of sound and fury, signifying something: the impact of autonomic arousal on EGM gambling
    Matthew Justus Rockloff
    Department of Psychology and Sociology, Central Queensland University, Bundaberg, QLD, 4670, Australia
    J Gambl Stud 23:457-65. 2007
  10. ncbi request reprint The Four Es 1-year later: a tool for predicting the development of gambling problems
    Matthew J Rockloff
    Department of Psychology and Sociology, Central Queensland University, Rockhampton, Queensland, 4702, Australia
    J Gambl Stud 23:467-78. 2007

Detail Information

Publications12

  1. ncbi request reprint An experiment on the social facilitation of gambling behavior
    Matthew Justus Rockloff
    Department of Psychology and Sociology, Central Queensland University, Rockhampton, QLD, 4702, Australia
    J Gambl Stud 23:1-12. 2007
    ..Persons who received both sight and sound information, including winning bells and instant messages regarding the wins of other (fake) players, placed more bets and lost more money compared to the other conditions with less information...
  2. doi request reprint Gambling on electronic gaming machines is an escape from negative self reflection
    Matthew J Rockloff
    Institute for Health and Social Science Research, Central Queensland University, Bundaberg, Qld 4670, Australia
    J Gambl Stud 27:63-72. 2011
    ..The experiment supports the proposition that EGM gambling behavior is motivated by escape from negative self reflection...
  3. doi request reprint The impact of jackpots on EGM gambling behavior: a review
    Matthew J Rockloff
    Institute for Health and Social Science Research, Central Queensland University, Bundaberg, QLD, 4670, Australia
    J Gambl Stud 29:775-90. 2013
    ..Jackpots are common feature of EGM games, and therefore it is important to have a better understanding of how jackpot features influence play on the machines. ..
  4. doi request reprint Validation of the Consumption Screen for Problem Gambling (CSPG)
    Matthew J Rockloff
    Institute for Health and Social Science Research, Central Queensland University, Bundaberg, Qld 4670, Australia
    J Gambl Stud 28:207-16. 2012
    ..The current study suggests that the CSPG, a brief consumption-based measure for gambling products, can quickly and accurately identify people who are likely to be experiencing gambling problems...
  5. doi request reprint Validation of a one item screen for problem gambling
    Matthew J Rockloff
    Institute for Health and Social Science Research, Central Queensland University, Bundaberg, QLD, 4670, Australia
    J Gambl Stud 27:701-7. 2011
    ..Nevertheless, the current study casts doubt on the ability or willingness of people with severe gambling problems to self-diagnose their behavior as problematic...
  6. doi request reprint The social contagion of gambling: how venue size contributes to player losses
    Matthew J Rockloff
    Institute for Health and Social Science Research, Central Queensland University, Bundaberg, Qld 4670, Australia
    J Gambl Stud 27:487-97. 2011
    ..05). In contrast, bet-size was slightly lower with larger crowds. The results suggest that gambling venues with more players tend to increase gambling persistence and contribute to greater long term monetary losses...
  7. doi request reprint Audience influence on EGM gambling: the protective effects of having others watch you play
    Matthew J Rockloff
    Institute for Health and Social Science Research, Central Queensland University, Bundaberg, Qld 4670, Australia
    J Gambl Stud 27:443-51. 2011
    ..Moreover, final payouts were greater in the audience conditions compared to the control, further suggesting that an audience may be a protective factor limiting player losses...
  8. doi request reprint Never smile at a crocodile: betting on electronic gaming machines is intensified by reptile-induced arousal
    Matthew J Rockloff
    Institute for Health and Social Science Research, CQUniversity, Bundaberg, QLD, 4670, Australia
    J Gambl Stud 26:571-81. 2010
    ..The results suggest that high arousal can intensify gambling in at-risk players, but only if this feeling state is not perceived as a negative emotion...
  9. ncbi request reprint Full of sound and fury, signifying something: the impact of autonomic arousal on EGM gambling
    Matthew Justus Rockloff
    Department of Psychology and Sociology, Central Queensland University, Bundaberg, QLD, 4670, Australia
    J Gambl Stud 23:457-65. 2007
    ..Gamblers with many problems may interpret their arousal as a sign that they will soon lose money, while gamblers with few or no problems may associate feelings of arousal exclusively with winning...
  10. ncbi request reprint The Four Es 1-year later: a tool for predicting the development of gambling problems
    Matthew J Rockloff
    Department of Psychology and Sociology, Central Queensland University, Rockhampton, Queensland, 4702, Australia
    J Gambl Stud 23:467-78. 2007
    ..70 and a Cronbach's alpha reliability of alpha = .90 and .92 in the original and follow-up interviews, respectively...
  11. ncbi request reprint The four Es of problem gambling: a psychological measure of risk
    Matthew J Rockloff
    Department of Psychology and Sociology, Central Queensland University, 4702, Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia
    J Gambl Stud 22:101-20. 2006
    ..The new scale can provide a basis for further study in harm minimization, treatment, and theory development...
  12. ncbi request reprint Factor analysis of barriers to treatment for problem gambling
    Matthew J Rockloff
    Department of Psychology and Sociology, Central Queensland University, Rockhampton, Queensland 4702, Australia
    J Gambl Stud 20:121-6. 2004
    ..In addition to the above concerns, older persons more often negatively judged the treatment seeker. In contrast, educated respondents had generally more positive attitudes towards problem gamblers and treatment seeking...