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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Game_studies

Game studies, or ludology, is the study of games, the act of playing them, and the players and ... Game studies is oftentimes confused with the study of video games, but this is only one area of ... Another positive aspect of video games is its conducive character towards the involvement of a person in other cultural activities.

www.telegraph.co.uk/men/thinking-man/is-video-gaming-bad-for-you-the-science-for-and-against

Aug 8, 2017 ... Alamy Many studies and reports have been compiled about the effects of video ... The criticisms levelled against video gaming are so common, ...

thriveworks.com/blog/video-games-good-mental-health

Nov 13, 2017 ... A list of just some of the ways that video games are good for your mental health. ... be good for people's mental health, and there are studies to back it up. ... research on the positive effects of video game play published by the ...

www.videogames.org.au/emotional-development

Video games are fun, great at regulating mood, and de-stress you. ... And we don' t need any studies to tell us that having fun is positive for our mental wellbeing.

www.rug.nl/research/portal/files/14930477/Chapter_2.pdf

Abstract. Background: Recently, there has been a growth in studies supporting the hypothesis that video games have positive effects on basic laparoscopic skills  ...

www.independent.co.uk/life-style/video-games-stress-playing-strategy-key-gamers-study-a8202541.html

Feb 9, 2018 ... And 47 per cent think performing well in a game has a positive impact on ... for coping with stress, a study of millennial gamers has revealed.

www.gamedesigning.org/why-video-games-are-good

The debate as to whether video games are good or bad for us has been going since ... But things have changed and now more professional studies are being ...

www.newsweek.com/world-health-organization-says-video-game-addiction-mental-health-disorder-are-759660

Dec 26, 2017 ... Some research indicates positive benefits of playing video games. ... other studies delivering a more wary message about video games.

www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/605509

Psychologists have found positive correlations between playing violent video ... games differ along multiple dimensions, and these studies rarely account for.