SOGS


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SOGSSociety of Graduate Students (University of Western Ontario; London, Ontario, Canada)
SOGSSouthern Oaks Girls School (Union Grove, WI)
SOGSSouth Oaks Gambling Scale
SOGSSociety of Geography Students
SOGSScience Operations Ground System
SOGSScience Operations Ground Station (Hubble Space Telescope)
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2011), obtenidos con la aplicacion del SOGS a mas de cuatro mil estudiantes entre 10 y 19 anos de colegios de la ciudad de Medellin.
Moreover, considering only the scores indicating the presence of gambling problems, the scale is also more restricted for the DSM-IV (positive cases range between 5-10), tan the SOGS (5-16).
Never smokers also scored lower on the SOGS, and they had more years of education and higher salary than ever smokers.
The SOGS has been criticised on the basis of its construct and cross-cultural validity (Battersby et al.
Using SOGS, that study estimated problem gambling prevalence among Indigenous residents was '11% of the adult population--some 20 times higher than that found for non-Indigenous respondents' (Dickerson et al.
2005 (21) CPGI 2 Wiebe y Cox, 2005 (22) SOGS-R 1,2 SOGS 0,9 Ladioucer et al.
The SOGS was originally developed in the 1980s, while the DSM-IV dates from 1994.
Because SOGS methodically checks and compares the amounts of free time between all markers before scheduling the next observation, the need for more computer time increases at an unacceptably high rate as the number of markers increases, Doxsey says.
The SOGS is a standard measurement tool for identifying nongamblers, probable gamblers, and pathological gamblers.
The SOGS is highly correlated to the DSM-IV-TR diagnosis of pathological gambling (McCown & Chamberlain 2000) and has been demonstrated to be valid and reliable; however, it has been criticized for its tendency to generate false positives (Petry 2005).
The SOGS was employed in the current study as both an indicator and quantifier of potential problem gambling among the study's participants.
Rodriguez y Gomez observaron en su estudio en el cual incluyeron 41 pacientes con dependencia de sustancias, que el 46% de estos puntuaban mas de 5 en el SOGS (2).