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  • Piquette-Tomei, Noella; Dwyer, Sonya Corbin; Buckle, Jennifer L.; McCaslin, Evelyn (ParadigmHealth SciencesUniversity of Lethbridge, 2011)
    With ever-increasing opportunities to gamble and a record number of women reporting problem gambling, evidence-based treatment protocols closing the gap between research and practice are required to best treat female ...
  • Piquette-Tomei, Noëlla; Rugle, Lorie; Keys, Joy (Saturday Mornings with Joy KeysEducationEducationUniversity of LethbridgeDepartment of Mental Health and Addiction Services, State of Connecticut, 2010-03-06)
    This item is a sound recording of the March 6, 2010 episode of "Saturday Mornings with Joy Key" entitled "Women and Gambling Addiction". Guests are Noëlla Piquette-Tomei, Ph.D., Associate Professor at the University of ...
  • Hodgins, David C.; Piquette-Tomei, Noëlla; Tata, Matt; Williams, Robert; Stevens, Rhys M. G. (EducationHealth SciencesNeuroscienceUniversity of LethbridgeUniversity of Calgary, 2010-04-08)
    Presentations from a one-day symposium on the unique characteristics of women problem gamblers. This event took place on April 8, 2010 at The Banff Centre in Banff, Alberta, Canada.
  • Piquette-Tomei, Noëlla; Norman, Erika; Dwyer, Sonya Corbin; McCaslin, Evelyn (Centre for Addiction and Mental HealthEducationUniversity of LethbridgeUniversity of ReginaRegina Qu'Appelle Health Region, 2008-12)
    This report presents the results of a grounded theory analysis produced from in-depth interviews with 14 women participating in group counselling for problem gambling. Themes emerged from this analysis that provided ...
  • Boan, Shelley L.; Piquette-Tomei, Noëlla (Contact PointEducationUniversity of Lethbridge, 2007)
    There are various developmental factors that can affect a student's ability and willingness to engage in career planning. The developmental areas that will be considered for this project are cognitive and social because ...