Psychology & Psychiatry

Support for problem gaming interventions

Problematic gaming is a significant health issue worldwide, with Flinders University researcher Dr. Daniel King saying the global prevalence is estimated to be about 2% and much higher among male adolescents.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Video game helps neuroscientists understand second language learners

An alien ship appears on the left side of the screen. The player hears it coming and has a laser ready. With a quick tap of the space bar, the alien is toast. The player is safe for just a moment before hearing another alien ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Is there a cure for cabin fever?

Feeling trapped? Are the walls closing in? Do you have a strange urge to do something a little crazy? Maybe it's not that bad, but after more than a month of distancing yourself from co-workers, classmates, friends and even ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Professors create free research-backed games to train your brain

University professors from New York and California designed and developed three digital games—available online and in the iOS and Google Play app stores—to help its users' brains work more efficiently. While some digital ...

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