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Professor Griffiths is a Chartered Psychologist and Director of the International Gaming Research Unit.
He mostly teaches on areas related to his research interests on various undergraduate and postgraduate Psychology programmes.
His main teaching interests are in the areas of abnormal, social and health psychology with particular emphasis on behavioural addictions (e.g.
gambling addiction, video-game addiction, Internet addiction, sex addiction, exercise addiction, work addiction, etc.), cyber-psychology and the psychology of sexual behaviour.
His current research projects include (but not limited to) (i) questionnaire and interview studies into online gaming addictions, (ii) behavioural tracking projects examining online gambling and the utility of social responsibility tools, (iii) national prevalence surveys on various addictive behaviours including gambling, exercise and video game playing, and (iv) online studies of various aspects of video game playing behaviour (e.g., game transfer phenomena, online trolling, etc.). Professor Griffiths has been the invited keynote speaker at over 300 national conferences in the UK, USA, Canada, China, Australia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Uruguay, Germany, France, Spain, Portugal, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Switzerland, Ireland, Finland, Poland, Turkey, Slovenia, Albania, Italy, Holland, Malta, Israel, and Belgium.
He has won 16 national and international awards for his research and is a Fellow of the . Professor Griffiths has given keynote addresses to the US National Academy of Sciences (Washington DC), and the US National Center for Addiction (New York).
Psychology) from the University of Bradford (1987).
This has included doctoral theses in specific area such as: Professor Griffiths received a First Class Honours degree (BSc.He has been at Nottingham Trent University since October 1995 and was awarded his Professorship in 2002. Professor Griffiths has acted as a consultant for many Government bodies including the Gambling Commission, UK Home Office, Department of Culture, Media and Sport, Department of Health, Victorian Casino and Gaming Authority (Australia) and various international Governments (including the US, Australia, Sweden, Norway and Finland).Professor Griffiths is highly research active and has published over 600 refereed papers, five books, 140+ book chapters, and over 1000 other articles mostly in the area of behavioural addictions (gambling addiction, videogame addiction, internet addiction, exercise addiction, sex addiction). Professor Griffiths has carried out consultancy for over 30 different gaming companies worldwide in the area of social responsibility in gambling including companies in the UK (Camelot; Inter Lotto; Gala Coral, Metrobet; Better), Ireland (Irish National Lottery; Paddy Power), Sweden (Svenska Spel, Casino Cosmopol), Norway (Norsk Tipping, Fair Chance Lottery), Finland (Veikkaus; RAY), Austria (Austrian Lottery, Casino Austria), Denmark (Danske Spil), Singapore (Singapore Pools), Canada (Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation; Atlantic Lottery Corporation, British Columbia Lottery Corporation, Interprovincial Lottery Corporation), Switzerland (Loterie Romande, Imaginventure), and Israel (888.com).In 2006, he was awarded the highest teaching honour (‘Excellence in Teaching of Psychology Award’). Professor Griffiths is also a gaming consultant and works with the gaming industry to promote responsible gambling, social responsibility, harm minimisation, and player protection.Professor Griffiths has held many major administrative roles since joining the University including Head of Psychology Division, Psychology Research Co-ordinator, Social Policy Research Co-ordinator, and Psychology Postgraduate Co-ordinator. He is also a freelance journalist and writes for many national and international newspapers and magazines.
Current and previous projects supervised include: Professor Griffiths has over 25 Ph D completions (e.g., Dr. Professor Griffiths also sits on and chairs many national and international committees and is a past chair of the European Association for the Study of Gambling and co-founder and former Chair of the charity .