Researchers comment on the perceived link between violence and video games. They conclude claims that there is consistent scientific evidence that video gaming encourages violence, are false.
BrainNet, a new system that uses a brain-to-brain interface, allows three people to play a video game using 'telepathic' communication.
A new brain training game in which players navigate a grocery store, earning rewards for selecting healthy food options, may help to reduce the desire to give into sugar cravings. Participants who had higher initial preferences for sugary foods lost as much as 3.1% body weight following daily gameplay.
The WHO recently recognized video game addiction as a mental health problem. A new online test can help detect those most at risk of developing gaming disorder. New research suggests personality traits and socioeconomic factors may contribute to gaming disorder.
Study examines how video game players engage in their chosen game and how they respond to different motivations. For games with in-game purchasing features, the more rounds or levels a person plays, the more likely they are to spend on purchases.
A new study reports people who play action style video games showed an increase in cognitive skills compared to those who played other types of games.
A new study reports, that despite much speculation, the effects of violent video games on aggression as similar for adults with and without autism.
Those who play video games are more likely to report experiencing positive emotions and better overall well-being.
According to a new study, people thinking about suicide who play action video games may be significantly more likely to attempt suicide than those who play other types of video games.