"To see a world in a grain of sand" -- William Blake
- Can you Beat the Bookies? review – final proof gambling is a mug's game
- Warning message on gambling ads does little to stop betting – study
- 'Bet regret' TV ad has potential to increase self-blame, critics say
- Bookmakers are sending gamblers into debt by advertising only their most addictive products, academics claim
- Listening to the gambling industry is terrible economics
- Gambling firms face probe over their World Cup TV adverts
- Gambling advertising. You & Yours, BBC Radio 4
- Academics call for a ban on 'live odds' gambling ads
- All bets could be off
- Working longer hours, spending more on luxuries: The dark side of Nobel-winner Richard Thaler’s ‘nudge theory’
- Can you tot up financial losses correctly?
- Bookies are the real winners of in-game TV betting adverts
- Newall, P. W. S., Cassidy, R., Walasek, L., Ludvig, E. A., Meyer, C. (2019). Sports bettors who customize their bets have more gambling problems, experience more gambling-related harm, and gamble more frequently. Available from: https://psyarxiv.com/qnxcz/
- Newall, P. W. S., Walasek, L, & Ludvig, E. A. (2019). Gambling advertising and problem gambling: A content analysis of TV adverts from the 2018 World Cup. Available from: https://psyarxiv.com/5dw9g/
- Newall, P. W. S., Walasek, L., Vázquez Kiesel, R., Ludvig, E. A., & Meyer, C. (2019). Betting on intuitive longshots. https://psyarxiv.com/nk6tw/
- Newall, P. W. S., Walasek, L, Singmann, H., & Ludvig, E. A. (2019). Testing a gambling warning label’s effect on behavior. doi: 10.31234/osf.io/dxfkj
- Sharman, S., Ferreira, C. A., Newall, P. W. S. (In press). Exposure to gambling and alcohol marketing in soccer matchday programmes. Journal of Gambling Studies.
- Newall, P. W. S., & Cortis, D. (2019). High-stakes hedges are misunderstood too. A commentary on: “Valuing bets and hedges: Implications for the construct of risk preference”. Judgment and Decision Making, 14(5), 605-607.
- Newall, P. W. S., Thobhani, A., Walasek, L., & Meyer, C. (2019). Live-odds gambling advertising and consumer protection. PLOS One. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0216876
- Hassanniakalager, A., & Newall, P. W. S. (2019). A machine learning perspective on responsible gambling. Behavioural Public Policy. doi: 10.1017/bpp.2019.9
- Newall, P. W. S., Moodie, C., Reith, G., Stead, M., Critchlow, N., Morgan, A., Dobbie, F. (2019). Gambling marketing from 2014 to 2018: A literature review. Current Addiction Reports 6(2), 49-56. doi: 10.1007/s40429-019-00239-1
- Newall, P. W. S. (2019). Dark nudges in gambling. Addiction Research & Theory, 27(2), 65-67. doi: 10.1080/16066359.2018.1474206
- Newall, P. W. S., & Parker, K. N. (2019). Improved mutual fund investment choice architecture. Journal of Behavioral Finance, 20(1), 96-106. doi: 10.1080/15427560.2018.1464455
- Buhagiar, R., Cortis, D., & Newall, P. W. S. (2018). Why do some soccer bettors lose more money than others? Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance, 18(2018), 85-93. doi: j.jbef.2018.01.010
- Newall, P. W. S. (2018). Commentary: Heads-up limit hold‘em poker is solved. Frontiers in Psychology, 9(210). doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.00210
- Newall, P. W. S. (2017). Behavioral complexity of British gambling advertising. Addiction Research & Theory, 25(6), 505-511.
- Newall, P. W. S. (2016). Downside financial risk is misunderstood. Judgment and Decision Making, 11(5), 416-423.
- Newall, P. W. S. (2015). How bookies make your money. Judgment and Decision Making, 10(3), 225-231.
- Newall, P. W. S., & Love, B. C. (2015). Nudging investors big and small toward better decisions. Decision, 2(4), 319-326.
- Newall, P. (2013). Further limit hold ‘em: Exploring the model poker game. Las Vegas, Nevada: Two Plus Two Publishing.
- Newall, P. (2011). The intelligent poker player. Las Vegas, Nevada: Two Plus Two Publishing.
- We took a gamble on Premier League betting odds – and showed that football bets should come with a health warning
- How to save investors from themselves
- A behavioral scientist’s guide to (not) betting on the 2018 World Cup
- Gambling on the dark side of nudges
- Why football bets are far more profitable to bookmakers than gambling machines
- People invest their money illogically – but trying to help them can make things worse
- How bookies play with your emotions to make you place unlikely bets