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Do video games affect the well-being of gamers?
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Do video games affect the well-being of gamers?

Researchers from the University of Oxford have already conducted a study in the fall of 2020 and concluded that online…
Robots could be useful for assessing children’s mental well-being
Science

Robots could be useful for assessing children’s mental well-being

VITAL Since the beginning of 2021, there has been an increase in emergency department visits for suicidal gestures,…
We may never know how video games affect our well-being – Reuters
Gaming

We may never know how video games affect our well-being – Reuters

The moral panic around video games has intensified in a way that has not happened with previous entertainment-induced panics, such…
The practice of video games will not affect the well-being of the players
Gaming

The practice of video games will not affect the well-being of the players

A six-week study of 40,000 people shows that the fact that we play for a long time (or not) does…
Playing video games for a long time will not affect your well-being
Gaming

Playing video games for a long time will not affect your well-being

This study contradicts a previous review on the same issue. | Victoria_Art via Pixabay Some think they make you nervous,…
Study finds video games do not affect well-being
Gaming

Study finds video games do not affect well-being

Does playing video games for too long harm the well-being of gamers? No, according to a major study conducted by…
Are video games good for your well-being?
Gaming

Are video games good for your well-being?

Do video games positively or negatively affect our well-being? This issue is the subject of lively controversy and is not…
Video games do not affect well-being, study shows
Gaming

Video games do not affect well-being, study shows

We found little to no evidence of a causal relationship between video games and well-being.can we read in this study,…
According to a study by the University of Oxford, playing video games will not affect your well-being.
Gaming

According to a study by the University of Oxford, playing video games will not affect your well-being.

To explore how they feel, players were asked about their emotions in daily life, including levels of happiness, sadness, anger,…
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