Give me the child at age three and I will give you the adult compulsive gambler. That is the striking finding of a new study published in Psychological Science. The study found that "people who were rated at age three as being more restless, inattentive, oppositional, and moody than other three-year-old children were twice as likely to grow up to have problems with gambling as adults three decades later."
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