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The Enigmatic Influence of Video-Internet Gaming: Liabilities and Assets over the Lifespan

@inproceedings{Archer2016TheEI,
  title={The Enigmatic Influence of Video-Internet Gaming: Liabilities and Assets over the Lifespan},
  author={Trevor Archer and Danilo Garcia and Saleh Moradi},
  year={2016}
}
Against an ever-increasing background of sedentary lifestyles and the over-indulgence of unsuitable food/drink intake, the advent of video/internet games may be viewed as commodity defined by opposing assets and liabilities. The latter emanate from the aggressiveness, violence, desensitization, criminality and loss of impulse control associated with violent action video games and may eventually culminate in the internet gaming disorder condition whereas the former are linked to educational… 
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