Excessive online computer use and learning disabilities

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Griffiths, MD;
  • Publisher: SPELD Victoria
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    mesheuropmc: education | human activities
    acm: ComputingMilieux_PERSONALCOMPUTING

Online gaming has become a very popular leisure activity among adolescents. Research suggests that a small minority of adolescents may display problematic gaming behaviour and that some of these individuals may be addicted to online games, including those who have learn... View more
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