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Ars Technica - Is gaming addiction a “disorder” or a “junk diagnosis?”
"Similar concerns led a group of 28 experts in the field, including Ferguson, to write an open letter to the WHO in 2016 urging them not to let a 'moral panic [surrounding] the harm of video gaming' lead to "the treatment of abundant false-positive cases." Citing the low quality of current research and lack of consensus on symptoms, the group worried that listing the disorder would "cause significant stigma to the millions of children and adolescents who play video games as part of a normal, healthy life."

On the other side, a group of researchers led by Nottingham Trent University's Mark Griffiths recently noted that even critics of a clinical listing for gaming disorder note that 'some gamers do experience serious problems as a consequence of the time spent playing video games.' If that's the case, they argue, 'how can such an activity be seriously problematic yet not disordered?'"

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1. Re: Op Ed Jan 2, 2018, 23:28 Red886
 
have these critics not heard of whats happening in China and South Korea for the past decade?  
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