Prevalence and Correlates of Problematic Online Gaming: a Systematic Review of the Evidence Published in Chinese

@article{Long2018PrevalenceAC,
  title={Prevalence and Correlates of Problematic Online Gaming: a Systematic Review of the Evidence Published in Chinese},
  author={Jiang Long and Tieqiao Liu and Yueheng Liu and Wei Hao and Pierre Maurage and Jo{\"e}l Billieux},
  journal={Current Addiction Reports},
  year={2018},
  volume={5},
  pages={359-371}
}
Purpose of ReviewWith the ongoing debate about whether problematic online gaming (POG) constitutes a genuine mental disorder, it is important for all available evidence in the field to be accessible. In this systematic review, we summarize the numerous results related to POG published in Chinese in order to make them more accessible to the international community.Recent FindingsWe identified 36 relevant studies published in Chinese (7 epidemiological, 21 related to psychological factors, and 8… Expand

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