Video game addiction: past, present and future

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Griffiths, MD; Kuss, DJ; King, DL;

Gaming addiction has become a topic of increasing research interest. The last decade has witnessed a significant increase in the number of empirical studies examining various aspects of problematic video game play and video game addiction. This paper begins with a brief... View more
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