Should GPs Routinely Screen for Gambling Disorders? 

Roberts A, Bowden-Jones H, Roberts D, Sharman S. British Journal of General Practice BJGP-2018-0008.R1 2018 in publication

Unleashing talent in mental health sciences: Gender equality at the top.  Breedvelt J, Rowe S, Bowden-Jones H, Sridhar S…Tracy D.                                British Journal of Psychiatry Editorial  ID BJPsych-18-0670 July 2018

A Transdiagnostic dimensional approach towards a neuropsychological assessment for addiction: an international Delphi consensus study.   Article ID: ADD14424    Yucel M, Oldenhof E, Ahmed S, Belin D, Billieux J….Bowden-Jones H, …..Verdejo-Garcia A.    Addiction 2018  in publication

The use of Naltrexone in Pathological and Problem Gambling: A UK Case Series  Gaucherie-Ward S…. Bowden-Jones H.  J of Behavioural Addictions 2018 In publication 

Including gaming disorder in ICD-11: The need to do so from a clinical and public health perspective.  Saunders JB, Hao W, Long Rumpf H, Achab S, Billieux J, Carragher N, Demetrovics Z, Bowden-Jones H, Higuchi S, King DL, Mann K, Potenza M, … Poznyak V.  Journal of Behavioral Addictions.   2018.

Gambling Disorders in Women

Ed: H.Bowden-Jones & F.Prever, June 2017 Rutledge

Current suicidal ideation in treatment-seeking individuals in the United Kingdom with gambling problems.

Ronzitti S, Soldini E, Smith N, Potenza MN, Clerici M, Bowden-Jones H.Addict Behav. 2017 May 24;74:33-40. doi: 10.1016/j.addbeh.2017.05.032.

King DL, Mann K, Fauth-Bühler M, Rumpf HJ, Bowden-Jones H, Rahimi-Movaghar A, Chung T, Chan E, et al. Gaming disorder: Its delineation as an important condition for diagnosis, management, and prevention.                    Journal of Behavioral Addictions. 2017; 6: 271

BMJ Editorial: Pathological Gambling                                                                    Henrietta Bowden-Jones  April 2017                                                                                    2017                                                                                                                                  British Medical Journal 2017  2017;357:j1593

Gambling Disorder: Exploring Pre-treatment and In-treatment Dropout Predictors. A UK Study.
Ronzitti S, Soldini E, Smith N, Clerici M, Bowden-Jones H.
J Gambl Stud. 2017 Mar 22. doi: 10.1007/s10899-017-9686-2.

Neural substrates of cue reactivity and craving in gambling disorder                                                   EH Linbrick-Oldfield,I Mick,RECocks, J McConigle,SP Sharman,AP Goldstone,PRA Stokes, A Waldman, D Erritzoe,H Bowden-Jones, D Nutt, A Lingford-Hughes, L Clark.                                                                                                                  Translational Psychiatry 7 (1):e992 January 2017

The benefits of using the UPPS model of impulsivity rather than the Big Five when assessing the relationship between personality and problem gambling                                                                                                                Natale Canale · Alessio Vieno · Henrietta Bowden-Jones · Joël Billieux          Addiction January 2017

Rapid Evidence Review of evidence-Based treatment for Gambling Disorder in Britain.  H.Bowden-Jones, C.Drummond, S.Thomas                                 Royal College of Psychiatrists Publication

Barriers to Treatment for Female Problem Gamblers: A UK Perspective
Anna Kaufman · Jessica D Jones Nielsen · Henrietta Bowden-Jones
Journal of Gambling Behaviour Dec 2016

Gambling disorder and suicidality within the UK: an analysis investigating mental health and gambling severity as risk factors to suicidality           Kathryn J. Roberts · Neil Smith · Henrietta Bowden-Jones · Survjit Cheeta International Gambling Studies December 2016

Do High School Students in India Gamble? A Study of Problem Gambling and Its Correlates                                                                                               Jaisoorya TS,Beena KV,Beena M,Ellangovan K, Thennarassuk K,Bowden-Jones H, Benegal V, George S.                                                                             Journal of Gambling Behavior · November 2016

The experience of gambling problems in British professional footballers: a preliminary qualitative study                                                                                   Lim MS, Bowden-Jones H,Salinas M,Price J, Goodwin G, Geddes JR, Rogers R. Addiction Research and Theory August 2016

Types of gambling and levels of harm: A UK study to assess severity of presentation in a treatment-seeking population.                                                                 Ronzitti S, Soldini E, Lutri V, Smith N, Clerici M, Bowden-Jones H.                     J Behav Addict. 2016 Sep;5(3):439-47. doi: 10.1556/2006.5.2016.068. Epub 2016 Sep 28.

Gambling and Violence in a Nationally representative sample of UK men.                                                                A Roberts, JW Coid, R King, R Murphy, J Turner, H Bowden-Jones, K Palmer du Perez, J Landon.    Addiction July 2016

Down and Out in London: Addictive Behaviours in HomelessnessJournal of
Sharman S, Dreyer,J, Clark L, Bowden-Jones H.     Behavioural Addictions June 2016

Gender differences in Treatment Seeking Pathological GamblersRonzitti S, Lutri V, Clerici M, Smith N,Bowden-Jones H.    Journal of Behavioural Addictions June 2016

Treatment Provision for Gambling Disorder in Britain: call for an integrated treatment and commissioning model   BJPsych Bulletin Vol 40 Issue 3 June 2016   George S & Bowden-Jones H

Brain Emotion Systems,Personality,Hopelessness,Self/Other Perception and Gambling Cognition: A Structural Equation Model .    Illiceto P, D’Antuono A,Bowden-Jones H,Giovani E, Giacolini T, Candilera G.     J of Gambling Studies32(1):157-169MARCH 2016

Blunted Endogenous Opioid Release Following an Oral Amphetamine Challenge in Pathological Gamblers                                                                    Inge Mick Jim Myers Anna C Ramos Paul Ra Stokes David Erritzoe Alessandro Colasanti Roger N Gunn Eugenii A Rabiner Graham E Searle Adam D Waldman Mark C Parkin Alan D Brailsford Jos Cf Galdurz Henrietta Bowden-Jones Luke Clark David J Nutt Anne R Lingford-Hughes        Neuropsychopharmacology. Dec 2015 doi 10.1038/npp 2015.340

HenriettaBowden-Jones : extrovert, optimistic, driven. British Medical Journal.      BMJ Confidential 2015; 350:h1444 18 March 2015                       DOI: 10.1007/s10899-015-9543-0

Smoking and Gambling Disorder: Does Tobacco Use Influence Treatment Outcome?    Ronzitti S, Lutri V, Meleck S, Smith N, Bowden-Jones H.                 J of Gambling Studies 31,N3 (1107-1117),2015

Textbook: Gambling: Cultural attitudes, motivations and Impact on Quality of Life.       Ed: G.Martinotti & H.Bowden-Jones                                       Published April 2015 by Nova Publishers New York.

Textbook: A Clinician’s Guide to Working with Problem Gamblers.                                                            Ed: H.Bowden-Jones & George S.                                                                           Feb 2015 Published by Routledge .

Using Naltrexone in the Treatment of Pathological Gambling                 Suchde R & Bowden-Jones H.                                                                        Research and Advances in Psychiatry 2014;1(1):6-11

Internet addiction: A Qualitative Overview                                                  Perera A, George S, Bowden-Jones H                                                         Research and Advances in Psychiatry 2014 1(1) 32-37

Internet Gaming Addiction:a Novel Approach, The Lindberg & Bowden-Jones Model        Lindberg A & Bowden-Jones H                                      Canadian Journal of Addiction Vol 5 Number 2 June 2014

Gambling:The Hidden Addiction.                                                                        April 2014     George S& Bowden-Jones H                                                     Faculty Report Royal College of Psychiatrists. FR/AP/01

Amphetamine induced endogenous opioid release in the human brain detected with [11]C carfentanil PET: replication in an independent cohort       Mick I, Myers j,Stokes P, Erritzoe D, Colasanti A,Bowden-Jones H, Clark L, Gunn R, Rabiner E.                                                                                                    The International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology 05/14DOI:10.1017/S1461145714000704

Rates of Problem gambling in a British Homeless sample: A preliminary Study.                                                                                                                Sharman S, Dreyer J, Aitken M, Clark L,Bowden-Jones H.                         Journal of GamblingStudies Jan 2014DOI 10.1007/s10899-0149444-7

Pathological Gambling: A clinical overview.                                                Kaspar P, Mitter S,Bowden-Jones H.                                                              Clinical Focus Primary Care. 2013, Vol 7, Issue 3 145-216

Book review of Women and Problem Gamblingby L Karter..               Bowden-Jones H      Addiction and Treatment                                              British Journal of PsychiatryAugust 2013203:157;doi:10.1192/bjp.bp.113.131870

Experiencing gambling related cognitive biases in motor behaviour: rolling dice to win.                                                                                                   Authors:Lim M,Bowden-Jones H,Rogers R.                                                              J of Gambling Studies Vol 29 N1 2013

Proposed changes for substance use and gambling disorders in DSM-5: Impact on assessment and treatment in the UK                                          Authors: Petry N,Bowden-Jones H,George S                                                       The Psychiatrist ( Feb 2013) 37: 41-43

Problem gambling: What can psychiatrists do?                                         Authors: George S,Bowden-Jones H, Orfeord J, Petry N.                                     The Psychiatrist (Jan 2013) 37: 1-3

Gamblers Anonymous:overlooked and underused?                                     George S, Ijeoma O,Bowden-Jones H.                                                          Advances in Psychiatric Treatment (2013) 19: 23-29

Commentary on Petry et al (2013): Actus Reus- why it matters to pathological gambling treatment.                                                       AuthorBowden-Jones H.                                                                                 Addiction vol 108, Issue 3, 582-583, March 2013

Pathological gambling among men: an overview                                       Authors: J. Dhillon &H.Bowden-Jones                                                             Trends in Urology and Men”s health. November/December 2012

Book Chapterin Forensic Psychiatry. B. Puri and I. Treasaden             H.Bowden-Jones& S.George                                                                     ”Pathological gambling and Crime”                                                               Hodder Arnold Publishers.

Pathological Gambling: A clinical review.                                                     Kaspar P, Mitter S, Bowden-Jones H.                                                              Clinical focus: Primary care. 2012

Striatal dopamine D2/D3 receptor binding in pathological gambling is correlated with mood-related impulsivity.                                                 Authors: Clark, L, Stokes, P, Wu K, Michalczuk R, Benecke A, Watson B, Egerton A, Piccini P, Nutt D,Bowden-Jones H,Lingford-Hughes A.   Neuroimage 63 (2012) 40-46.

Decision making, impulsivity, and addictions: Do Parkinson”s disease patients jump to conclusions?.                                                            Djamshidian, A., O”Sullivan, S. S., Sanotsky, Y., Sharman, S., Matviyenko, Y., Foltynie, T., Michalczuk, R., Aviles-Olmos, I., Fedoryshyn, L., Doherty, K. M., Filts, Y., Selikhova, M.,Bowden-Jones, H.,Joyce, E., Lees, A. J. and Averbeck, B. B. (2012),                     Mov. Disord.. doi:10.1002/mds.25105

Affective forecasting in problem gamblers.                                                 Willmer -Reed J, Smith N, Bowden-Jones H,MacLeod A K                   International Gambling Studies March 2012.                                                       doi: 10.1080/14459795.2012.671841

Chapter :Drugs and Alcohol misuse in the Workplace.               Authors:Bowden-Jones H, Brown D.   in ”Fitness For Work: The Medical Aspects”, Fifth Edition
Edited by Keith T. Palmer, Ian Brown, and John Hobson
Oxford University Press
ISBN 9780199643240 In press. Publication date Jan 2013.

Editorial: The Medical Management of Problem Gamblers        Authors:Bowden-Jones, H& Smith, N.                                                             British Medical Journal (BMJ) March 2012 344: e 1559

Gambling, the Family and You: a self-help handbook for Family members.   Copello A,Bowden-Jones H, Cousins J, George S, Orford J.                            CNWL publications 2012.

Addictions. Encyclopediaof quality of life research                                             NY: Springer Publishing. 2012                                                         Authors:Temcheff, C.,Bowden-Jones, H., & Derevensky, J.

A patient”s Journey: Gambling addiction                                                      British Medical Journal (BMJ) Dec 2011; 343 do7789                                  Authors: patient,Bowden-Jones H, George S.

Impulsivity and Cognitive Distortions in pathological gamblers attending the UK National Problem Gambling Clinic: A preliminary report.   Psychological Medicine Dec 2011 41 pp 2625-2635                                  Authors: Michalczuc R,Bowden-Jones H, Verdejo-Garcia A, Clark L.

Problem Gambling Leaflet for Royal College of Psychiatrist: Updated         Royal College of Psychiatrists Public Education Editorial Board. Authors:Bowden-Jones H,George. S.2011

Pathological gambling in Parkinson”s disease-a review of the literature   Movement Disorders, September 2011, vol./is. 26/11(1976-1984), 0885-3185;1531-8257 (September 2011)                                            Authors:Djamshidian A., Cardoso F., Grosset D.,Bowden-Jones H., Lees A.J.

Abstract:The prevalence of pathological gambling is 3.4% to 6% in treated Parkinson”s disease, which is higher than the background population rate. In this review we discuss current evidence to indicate that dopamine agonists are much more likely to trigger this behavior than either L-dopa or selective monoamine oxidase B inhibitor monotherapy. New insights from recent behavioral and functional imaging studies and possible treatment approaches are also covered. A PubMed literature search using the terms “gambling” and “Parkinson”s disease,” “impulse control disorder,” “impulsive compulsive behaviour,” “dopamine agonist,” of individual dopamine agonists, and of ongoing drug trials, using, was carried out for the period up to January 2011. 2011 Movement Disorder Society.

Pathological gambling and the treatment of psychosis with aripiprazole: Case reports                                                                                                         British Journal of Psychiatry, August 2011, vol./is. 199/2(158-159), 0007-1250;1472-1465 (August 2011)                                                              Authors:Smith N., Kitchenham N.,Bowden-Jones H.

Abstract:This paper details three case reports that suggest that pathological gambling activity may have been adversely modified following treatment for psychosis with the antipsychotic aripiprazole. These reports are discussed in the context of previous observations of the potential impact of aripiprazole on impulse control and the implications such observations could have for clinical practice and future research.

Pathological gambling: A neurobiological and clinical update                   British Journal of Psychiatry, August 2011, vol./is. 199/2(87-89), 0007-1250;1472-1465 August 2011     Authors:Bowden-Jones H., Clark L.

Abstract:A proposed merging of pathological gambling with the drug addictions in the forthcoming DSM-5 prompts an overview of the neurobiological data showing similarities between these conditions, as well as an update on national trends in gambling behaviour and current treatment provision.

”You never told me I would turn into a gambler”: a first person account of a dopamine agonist- induced gambling addiction in a patient with restless legs syndrome.                   BMJ Case Reports 2011: doi;10.1136/bcr          Authors:H.Bowden-Jones, S. George.

Gambling Addiction in Women                                                                     Women”s Health,Vol 6, N2,2011                                                                      Authors: S.George, H.Ekhtiari,H.Bowden-Jones

Once upon a time…’. Article on the development of the National Problem Gambling Clinic.                 Addiction Today: Jan 2010                Author:H.Bowden-Jones

Win-win treatment. Interview by Lynne Wallis                                          Nursing Standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great Britain) : 1987), February 2009, vol./is. 23/23(22-23), 0029-6570 (2009 Feb 11-17)                  Authors:Bowden-Jones H., Frayne C.

Abstract:Addiction to gambling tends to be a hidden problem but now the UK”s first NHS-funded treatment unit is attempting to tackle it.               Problem Gambling Leaflet for Royal College of Psychiatrists                       Royal College of Psychiatrists Public Education Editorial Board.  Author:Bowden-Jones H.2009

2008 Cambridge Textbook of Effective Treatments in Psychiatry.       H.Bowden-Jones:Co-author of Cannabis chapter.                                          Editor Prof Peter Tyrer and K. Silk.

Harm Reduction Canadian Style                                                                   Scanbites Summer 2006: vol 3 issue 2.                                         Author:H.Bowden-Jones

Neurobehavioural characteristics and relapse in addiction [11]                British Journal of Psychiatry, May 2006, vol./is. 188/MAY(494), 0007-1250 May 2006          Authors:Bowden-Jones H., McPhillips M., Joyce E.M.

Risk-taking on tests sensitive to ventromedial prefrontal cortex dysfunction predicts early relapse in alcohol dependency: A pilot study                       Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, 2005, vol./is. 17/3(417-420), 0895-0172 (2005)

Authors:Bowden-Jones H., McPhillips M., Rogers R., Hutton S., Joyce E.

Abstract:Twenty one patients in a residential rehabilitation program fulfilling International Classification of Diseases-10 (ICD) criteria for alcohol dependence syndrome were recruited. On neuropsychological tests, alcohol dependent patients relapsed early if they made choices governed by immediate gain irrespective of later outcome, which is consistent with dysfunctional ventromedial-prefrontal cortex mediating the inability to resist the impulse to drink.