Game makers must do more to prevent addiction says new study

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Placenta Smoothies Breastfeeding & IQ Wet Wipes George Osborne Greece Michael Gove News >Technology Game makers must do more to prevent addiction says new study Study focused on MMORPGs as a genre providing unending structures that keep gamers hooked
James Vincent James Vincent James Vincent is Science and Technology Reporter for The Independent, with his work appearing online and in print.
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Print Your friend’s email address Your email address Note: We do not store your email address(es) but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies A A A Email Researchers from Cardiff, Derby and Nottingham Trent universities have published a new study, warning videogame makers that they need to do more to prevent players becoming addicted.
Published in the Addiction Research and Theory Journal, the study claims that approximately seven to eleven per cent of gamers can be considered to have

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