Steve Sharman
Steve Sharman
Research Fellow, Kings College London
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Neural substrates of cue reactivity and craving in gambling disorder
EH Limbrick-Oldfield, I Mick, RE Cocks, J McGonigle, S Sharman, ...
Translational Psychiatry 7 (1), e992-e996, 2017
Decision making, impulsivity, and addictions: Do Parkinson's disease patients jump to conclusions?
A Djamshidian MD, SSOS MRCPI, PD Yanosh Sanotsky MD, S Sharman, ...
Movement disorders 27 (9), 1137-1145, 2012
Gambling and negative life events in a nationally representative sample of UK men.
A Roberts, S Sharman, J Coid, R Murphy, H Bowden-Jones, S Cowlishaw, ...
Addictive Behaviours 75, 95-102, 2017
Rates of problematic gambling in a British homeless sample: A preliminary study
S Sharman, J Dreyer, M Aitken, L Clark, H Bowden-Jones
Journal of Gambling Studies 31, 525-532, 2015
Psychosocial risk factors in disordered gambling: A descriptive systematic overview of vulnerable populations
S Sharman, K Butler, A Roberts
Addictive Behaviors 99, 106071, 2019
Trends and patterns in UK treatment seeking gamblers: 2000–2015
S Sharman, R Murphy, JJD Turner, A Roberts
Addictive Behaviors 89, 51-56, 2019
Gambling and physical intimate partner violence: Results from the national epidemiologic survey on alcohol and related conditions (NESARC).
A Roberts, J Landon, S Sharman, J Hakes, A Suomi, S & Cowlishaw
The American journal on addictions 27 (1), 7-14, 2018
Dual effects of ‘losses disguised as wins’ and near-misses in a slot machine game
S Sharman, MRF Aitken, L Clark
International Gambling Studies 15 (2), 212-223, 2015
Gambling in COVID-19 lockdown in the UK: Depression, stress, and anxiety
S Sharman, A Roberts, H Bowden-Jones, J Strang
Frontiers in Psychiatry 12, 621497, 2021
Down and out in London: Addictive behaviors in homelessness
S Sharman, J Dreyer, L Clark, H Bowden-Jones
Journal of behavioral addictions 5 (2), 318-324, 2016
Increased reflection impulsivity in patients with ephedrone‐induced Parkinsonism
A Djamshidian, Y Sanotsky, Y Matviyenko, SS O'Sullivan, S Sharman, ...
Addiction 108 (4), 771-779, 2012
Mixed emotions to near-miss outcomes: A psychophysiological study with facial electromyography
S Sharman, L Clark
Journal of Gambling Studies 32, 823-834, 2016
Psychosocial correlates in treatment seeking gamblers: Differences in early age onset gamblers vs later age onset gamblers
S Sharman, R Murphy, J Turner, A Roberts
Addictive Behaviors 97, 20-26, 2019
Heterogeneity in disordered gambling: Decision-making and impulsivity in gamblers grouped by preferred form
S Sharman, L Clark, A Roberts, R Michalczuk, R Cocks, H Bowden-Jones
Frontiers in Psychiatry 10, 588, 2019
Gambling in football: How much is too much?
S Sharman
Managing sport and leisure 27 (1-2), 85-92, 2022
Exposure to gambling and alcohol marketing in soccer matchday programmes
S Sharman, CA Ferreira, PWS Newall
Journal of gambling studies 36, 979-988, 2020
Predictors of dropout in disordered gamblers in UK residential treatment
A Roberts, R Murphy, J Turner, S Sharman
Journal of Gambling Studies 36, 373-386, 2020
Gambling and COVID-19: Initial findings from a UK sample
S Sharman, A Roberts, H Bowden-Jones, J Strang
International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction 20 (5), 2743-2754, 2022
Should GPs routinely screen for gambling disorders?
A Roberts, H Bowden-Jones, D Roberts, S & Sharman
British Journal of General Practice 69 (682), 226:227, 2019
Commentary on Dixon et al.(2014): understanding the abuse liability of modern electronic gaming machines.
L Clark, S Sharman
Wiley, 2014
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