Internet gaming disorder linked to weaker emotion regulation and response inhibition abilities

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Many people love to play video games, but for some people, it can become an addiction. This raises the question; how can we tell if someone’s at-risk for their video game consumption to become a problem? A study published in Frontiers in Psychology suggests that psychological performance, including poor emotional regulation and response inhibition, may indicate risk level for gaming disorder. Video games are a very popular pastime across the World, but as with many things, overuse can lead to serious negative outcomes. Internet gaming disorder was added to the last DSM (the Diagnostic and Stat…

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