Playing a game for 10 hours straight. Staying up late into the night to get to the next level. Skipping classes, work deadlines, and dinners with friends.
This kind of behavior may seem like hardcore gaming culture, but it actually may be more harmful—and pervasive.
Last year, the World Health Organization added gaming disorder to a draft of its latest revision to the International Classification of Diseases. Gaming disorder is defined as “impaired control over gaming,” which applies to people for who make gaming such a high priority than impairs important…click here to continue reading