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  • Cooper, Elizabeth (Dublin Business School, 2004)
    Computer Game Playing has become very much a part of our contemporary society. The objective of this study was to examine the experiences of children, and young adults, playing such games, to ascertain if there are any ...
  • Hughes, Anne (Dublin Business School, 2003)
    In chapter one, clinical and anecdotal evidence suggesting that increasing numbers appear to be addicted to using the Internet was outlined. Theoretical and methodological approaches taken towards studying this phenomenon ...
  • McKeon, Robert (Dublin Business School, 2005)
    Poker has recently had a huge surge in popularity, particularly among young people. A consequence of this has been that literally millions of people have been gambling on poker on the Internet. Despite reports from treatment ...
  • Conmy, Eileen (Dublin Business School, 2010)
    The present research is an investigation of video game addiction and its possible negative effects on adolescents with regard to social skills and empathy. The use of video gaming as a form of escapism is also explored. ...



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