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  • The Effect of Dota in the Behavior of the Student

    The Effect of DOTA in the Behavior of the student Date: March 18, 2013 Chapter 1 – THE...

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  • A Case Study on the Effects of Playing Dota

    Introduction There are many students and even some young professional are addicted to Defense of the Ancients or DotA....

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  • Effects of Dota Addiction to Students

    INTRODUCTION   Playing games is a natural part of growing. It’s one way that kids learn to socialize, compete, to fulfill their craving...

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  • The Effects of Students Playing Sports

    The Effects of Students Playing Sports During a student’s busy life of school, homework, family, and friends, the...

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  • Reasons Why Students Get Addicted in Playing Dota

    Reason Why Students Gets Addicted in PlayingDOTA” Research Paper Submitted to: Prof. Vidal Submitted by:...

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  • effects of playing dota in the students in the philippines

    shields must be worn at all times. Do not wear loose clothing, loose neckwear or exposed jewelry while operating machinery. Do not work alone in the...

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  • Effects of Playing Computer Games on the Academic Performance and Behavior of Every Student

    Effects of Playing Computer games on the academic performance and behavior of every student By:...

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  • Rationale on Effects of Playing Computer Games on the Academic Performance of the Students

    Rationale and Importance Gaming in Education: What Students Can Learn From Video Games in School As new teachers enter the workforce with...

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  • Effects of Playing on-Line Computer Games in Academic Performance of Students?

    Title:The Effects of playing on-line computer games in academic performance of students? Background of the...

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  • The Effects of Playing Defense of the Ancients in Academic Performance Among Male Freshmen College Students of Freshmen in Academic Year of 2010-2011.

    losing their interests in playing physical and traditional games like “tumbang preso”, “luksong baka”, “patintero”, “syato”, and many more....

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  • The Effects of Dota Is Study Behavior of Students

    I find it is amazing how human is the only being ( by means of being able to be observed by common senses ) as the only independent object by which is not...

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  • The Effect of Playing Online Games on the Academic Performances of the Selected Students of Mmca S.Y. 2011-2012

    The researcher wants to know the effects of playing online games on the academic performances of the students in...

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  • RESERCHPAPER

    are not used properly, there’s always a negative effect that occurs. It can be in our thoughts, behaviors, actions, and or in other ways....

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  • Proposal About Dota

    EFFECTS OF PLAYING DOTA TO THE STUDY HABITS OF SECOND YEAR LEVEL STUDENTS IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY...

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  • dota dota

    INTRODUCTION Defense of the Ancients (commonly known as DOTA) is a custom scenario for the real-time strategy video game Warcraft III: Reign...

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  • Dota

    Chapter 1 (INTRODUCTION) Background of the Study Defense of the Ancients (commonly known as DotA) is a real-time online or LAN...

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  • study on disadvantages of DOTA

    “Study about Disadvantages of DOTA (Defense of the Ancients) in the Academic Skills of Fourth Year Students in St. Thomas...

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  • dota addiction

    More Dota Addiction Essays and Term Papers Search Advanced Search Documents 21 - 40 of 907 A Case Study on the Effects of...

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  • Effects of Dota

    negative effect that can bring to us. Computer games are the one that can bring negative effects. One of the famous computer...

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    frustration for many students, a potential cause for anger and aggression as discussed in the previous paragraph. In the second study, 210...

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