Related Literature Of Computer Games Addiction Essays and Term Papers

  • Foreign Literature on Computer Game Addiction

    Foreign Literature: Lepper, M. R. & Gurtner, J (2000), states that prolonged and excessive use of these games can cause, mainly upon children, a number of physical and psychological problems which may include obsessive, addictive behaviour, dehumanization of the player, desensitizing of feelings,...

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  • Addiction: Computer Games Addiction

    Title of the Study: Computer addiction when it comes to online games Purpose of the Study: To provide additional information of the disadvantages if one is addicted to computer games. To be a reference of one of those future researchers and also can be used by many of the students. The purpose...

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  • Computer Game Addiction

    Computer Game Addiction Joe Ahn Clemson University jahn@clemson.edu George Randall Clemson University grandal@clemson.edu ABSTRACT With the constant improvements in gaming technology, ranging from graphics to new types of controllers to faster processors, there is a growing problem of computer...

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  • Computer Games Addiction

    Computer Game Addiction There are five aspects of internet addiction noted by Shaw and Black (2008): Cyber sexual addiction, cyber-relational addiction, net compulsions, information overload, and computer addiction. The main subtype we will be looking at is computer addiction, as it is described...

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  • Computer Game Addiction

    CHAPTER 1 THE PROBLEM AND THE SETTING INTRODUCTION Computer games are the most popular entertainments in modern societies and they target a variety of people in different ages. The addiction to the rivalry and excitements of the games make them the most common recreational programs for today's teenagers...

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  • Computer Games Addiction

    Behavior in Relation to Playing Online Games(MMORPG) of the IT Students of Saint Anthony College in Academic Year 2011-2012 Review of Related Literature and Studies REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE The researchers were able to gather literatures that are related to the study which gives background...

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  • Related Literature of Computer Exposure

    REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE Most of our youth and students today are fond of going into internet shop to use computer, without knowledge of their parents what they are up to. They will ask money from their parents telling that they have something to search in the internet for their project or assignments...

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  • Computer Games - Addiction

    Addiction Defined Addiction has been defined as "A primary, chronic disease, characterized by impaired control over the use of a psychoactive substance and/or behaviour. Clinically, the manifestations occur along biological, psychological, sociological and spiritual dimensions", (Schlimme, 2002). ...

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  • Computer Games Addiction

    addicted to play computer games regularly. From the statistics statement, we know that quarter of teenagers population age group had been tend to play computer games will spend more in front of computer games than do other activities.Computer games well known as a medium of terror type, some games also adapted...

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  • Computer/Video Games Addiction

    Computer/Video Games: The Effect on Students’ Academic Performance INTRODUCTION Back in the 19th century when the first ever computer was built, the primary recognized purpose of the computer was to be help man accomplish work easier, faster, and more precise. Computer back then was not a part...

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  • Computer Game Addiction

    Foreign Literature On Computer Game Addiction Foreign Literature: Lepper, M. R. & Gurtner, J (2000), states that prolonged and excessive use of these games can cause, mainly upon children, a number of physical and psychological problems which may include obsessive, addictive behaviour, dehumanization...

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  • Computer Games Addiction

    Effect of Computer Gaming CHAPTER I INTODUCTION Today's society is different to the one that existed not so many years ago. Our society is constantly changing. The most important characteristics of our era may be the transformation, transmission and dominion of information. We live in an information...

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  • Computer Game Addiction

    METHODOLOGY The researcher conducted her study by gathering the opinions about the “The effects of Computer Game Addiction”. And the researcher made sure that the readers would easily understand anything that indicated in this paper. This chapter contains the research design, research locale, sample...

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  • Computer Game Addiction

    Repository Senior Theses and Projects Student Works 4-1-2012 Computer Game Addiction and Emotional Dependence Amy W. Poon Trinity College, amypoonthesis@gmail.com Recommended Citation Poon, Amy W., "Computer Game Addiction and Emotional Dependence". Senior Theses, Trinity College, Hartford...

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  • computer game addiction

    their computer use that cause somany problems in their study. They spend large amount of time in front of the computer doingunnecessary things like: visiting porn sites, watching pornographic videos/images, involving in acyber relationship, involving in information overload, addiction to computer games...

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  • Computer Game Addiction

    Computer and Video Game Addiction Computers, video games, and the Internet have become entrenched features of our daily lives. Computer use has reached beyond work and is now a major source of fun and entertainment for many people. For most people, computer use and video game play is integrated into...

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  • Computer Game Addiction Researches

    Effects of Computer Game Addiction to Academic Performance of Third year AB Students of Holy Cross of Davao College ______________ A Research Paper Presented to Dr. Danilo L. Mejica ______________ In Partial Fulfillment of the Course Requirement of Education 7 (Introduction to Research) ...

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  • Related Literature of Computer

    Chapter 2 REVIEW OF RELATED STUDIES Related Studies Local Studies Based on the previous research, the computer has also disadvantages aside from the fact that it provides the students information’s and other features. In that research they conclude many students spent more time playing rather...

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  • Computer Game Addiction

    Computer Gaming Addiction in Adolescents and Young Adults, Solutions for Moderating and Motivating for Success Kenneth M. Woog, Psy. D. Computer Gaming Addiction Treatment Services computergamingaddiction.com kwoog@wooglabs.com (949) 422-4120 Pepperdine University Associate Director, PRYDE kwoog@pepperdine...

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  • Computer Game Addiction

    Topic: Computer addiction and how it can be overcome. Computer game addiction is the main problem for the parents and the big question mark for the parents such as why my children can addicted to the games, and what should we do to stop their addiction, nowadays, the children spend their times...

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