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  1. Mind and Media

    The Effects of Television, Video Games, and Computers

    By Patricia M. Greenfield

    Series: Psychology Press Classic Editions

    In this now classic, Patricia M. Greenfield argues that each medium can make a contribution to development, that each has strengths and weaknesses, and that the ideal childhood environment includes a multimedia approach to learning....

    To Be Published November 26th 2014 by Psychology Press

  2. Video Games and Social Competence

    By Rachel Kowert

    Series: Routledge Advances in Game Studies

    Despite their popularity, online video games have been met with suspicion by the popular media and academic community. In particular, there is a growing concern that online video game play may be associated with deficits in social functioning. Due to a lack of empirical consistency, the debate...

    To Be Published December 15th 2014 by Routledge

  3. Behavioral and Technological Addictions

    Selected Works of Mark Griffiths

    By Mark Griffiths

    Series: World Library of Psychologists

    Mark Griffiths is Director of the International Gaming Research Unit at Nottingham Trent University and one of the foremost experts on the psychology of addictive behaviors, particularly gambling and excessive internet use. A Fellow of the British Psychological Society and the Royal Society of Arts...

    To Be Published January 15th 2015 by Psychology Press

  4. Psychology of Fear, Crime and the Media

    International Perspectives

    Edited by Derek Chadee

    Series: Researching Social Psychology

    The media continue to have a significant persuasive influence on the public perception of crime, even when the information presented is not reflective of the crime rate or actual crime itself. There have been numerous theoretical studies on fear of crime in the media, but few have considered this...

    To Be Published May 30th 2015 by Psychology Press

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