Problematic gaming exists and is an example of disordered gaming

@article{Griffiths2017ProblematicGE,
  title={Problematic gaming exists and is an example of disordered gaming},
  author={Mark D. Griffiths and Daria J. Kuss and Olatz Lopez-Fernandez and Halley M. Pontes},
  journal={Journal of Behavioral Addictions},
  year={2017},
  volume={6},
  pages={296 - 301}
}
Background The recent paper by Aarseth et al. (2016) questioned whether problematic gaming should be considered a new disorder particularly because “Gaming Disorder” (GD) has been identified as a disorder to be included in the next (11th) revision of the World Health Organization’s International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11). Methods This study uses contemporary literature to argue why GD should be included in the ICD-11. Results Aarseth and colleagues acknowledge that there is much… 
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