Co-authors Sunghwan Yi and Vinay Kanetkar say problem gamblers experience much more intense shame and use more avoidant coping strategies when they lose than do low- and moderate-risk gamblers. Read the full aritcle.
In 2011 ASC awarded the Robert E. Oliver Scholarship to Michelle Bergsma, from Whitehorse, Yukon. Michelle was a third-year undergraduate student enrolled in the University of Guelph's Marketing Management Co-op Program and had been on the Dean's Honours List for four consecutive semesters. Read the full article.
Despite warnings about the health risks of eating trans fats, consumers know little about them and are reluctant to give up snack foods containing them, according to a recently published study by researchers including a University of Guelph professor.
An opinion piece by Professor Sylvain Charlebois, Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Studies in the College of Management and Economics, is featured in the Globe and Mail.
The column discusses the government’s recent and controversial decision to end the Canadian Wheat Board monopoly on western wheat and barley, and Canadian supply management