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In a retrospective chart review of pathological gamblers, Kausch noted that They also found that after treatment, gamblers had increased perception of control over the problem and better self-efficacy. Its co-occurrence with disorders such as alcoholism, drug abuse, and depression. Some individuals can experience problems associated with their gambling e. ICD—10 diagnostic criteria: F Diagnostic Criteria forDiagnostic criteria for IED. 31 PATHOLOGICAL GAMBLING. Essential feature: Persistent and recurrent maladaptive gambling behavior (larger amounts of $$; repeated unsuccessful efforts to control, cut back, or stop) jeopardizing personal and vocational relationships. DSM–IV diagnostic criteria: 31 (American Psychiatric Association, ). The diagnostic criteria for pathological gambling incorporate the following: tolerance. preoccupation. DSM-IV CRITERIA: Diagnostic Features. The essential feature of Pathological Gambling is persistent and recurrent maladaptive gambling behavior ( Criterion A) that disrupts personal, family, or vocational pursuits.