Hardcore gamer kids tend to have low opinions of parents

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"We do know that video-gaming is a way of having other needs met, especially for boys, but some girls, too," she said. "It gives them a sense of control, a sense of mastery, it allows them to connect with others in a social way that they may be more comfortable with.



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lead researcher Linda Jackson, a professor of psychology

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Nancy Lee Heath, a psychology professor

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Wendy Craig, a psychology professor


The field of child psychology got feminized, it seems...
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The Biscuit Queen

So what about when you are playing multi player Diablo for hours WITH your parents?  Does that mean we have a poor opinion of each other?
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AnubisRox


So what about when you are playing multi player Diablo for hours WITH your parents?  Does that mean we have a poor opinion of each other?


Only if you have no problem using cheat codes.
ell she turned me into a NEWT!! A newt?! Er..., well I got better.

Larivee


So what about when you are playing multi player Diablo for hours WITH your parents?  Does that mean we have a poor opinion of each other?


Nah you just get the scorn of your grandparents. As per my case.

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