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Monday, February 13, 2017

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Wonderfully written and the convergence is something I speak about regularly in New Jersey and around the United States. The aesthetics coupled with the mechanics and speed may attract the adolescent reactive brain rather easily. With in-game feedback and real-time analysis for online games, the psychology of gaming is shifting to keep gamers engaged longer...while data collection and research lags. The gaming manufacturers and operators should be more involved to ensure that the games are kept fun and not a problematic activity. Thank you, Dr. Gainsbury

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