Video Game Addiction
Video game addiction affects almost 9% of young people and can erode their values, motivation, mood, and relationships. Playing violent and discriminatory video games is associated with increased discriminatory and violent attitudes, reductions in empathy and benevolence, and decreases in prosocial behavior.
Game Quitters is an educational resource for gamers, parents, spouses or partners of gamers who want to get information and resources for video game addiction.
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Take a short quiz to learn if you meet criteria for problematic video game use or addiction.
Not quite sure,..use an addiction screening tool from the Center for Internet and Technology Addiction.
Get tests, research, training, and resources from The Center for Internet Addiction.
GAA is a fellowship of people who support each other in recovering from the problems resulting from excessive game playing.
If you need help and are under the age of 18, reach out to a trusted adult, such as a counselor, a parent, a teacher, or a coach. Finding assistance and the best-fit resources in your community is priority. To book Dr. Crystal Collier to present at your school, parent organization, or in your community, please contact us!
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