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Negative Effects of Online Games on Academic Performance

  title={Negative Effects of Online Games on Academic Performance},
  author={K. Garcia and Nelson Jarabe and J. Paragas},
This paper attempted to study the negative effects of online games on students’ academic performance. The respondents were the 154 Grade 11 senior high school students in Pangasinan State University-Lingayen Campus in SY 2017-2018. As a descriptive-correlational research, the study utilized a questionnaire that asked the respondents about their playing online games and the level of negative effect on their academic performance. The paper sought to determine the level of effect of playing online… Expand


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