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Henrietta Bowden-Jones, Imperial College London
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Samuel R. Chamberlain, Cambridge University
Luke Clark, University of British Columbia
Jason Connor, University of Queensland
Mark Daglish, University of Queensland
Geert Dom, Collaborative Antwerp Psychiatric Research Institute
Pinhas Dannon, Tel Aviv University
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Maria Jose Fernandez-Serrano, Universidad de Jaén
Matt Field, University of Sheffield
Ingmar Franken, Erasmus University
Rita Z. Goldstein, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Raul Gonzalez, Department of Psychology, Florida International UniversityFollow
Anna E. Goudriaan, University of Amsterdam
Jon E. Grant, University of Chicago
Matthew J. Gullo, University of Queensland
Robert Hester, University of Melbourne
David C. Hodgins, University of Calgary
Bernard Le Foll, University of Toronto
Rico S.C. Lee, Monash University
Anne Lingford-Hughes, Imperial College
Valentina Lorenzetti, Australian Catholic University
Scott J. Moeller, SUNY Stony Brook
Marcus R. Munafo, University of Bristol
Brian Odlaug, University of Copenhagen
Marc N. Potenza, Yale University School of Medicine and Connecticut Mental Health Center and Connecticut Council on Problem Gambling
Rebecca Segrave, Monash University
Zsuzsika Sjoerds, Max‐Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences
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Wim van den Brink, University of Amsterdam
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