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A New Study Casts Doubt on ‘Gaming Disorder’ Diagnoses

A New Study Casts Doubt on ‘Gaming Disorder’ Diagnoses

Since the World Health Organization proposed new diagnoses for "hazardous gaming" and "gaming disorder" last year, there's been an ongoing scientific debate about which way the causation for these issues really goes. Does an excessive or addictive relationship with gaming actually cause psychological problems, or are people with existing psychological problems simply more likely to…
Study casts doubt on value of WHO’s “gaming disorder” diagnoses

Study casts doubt on value of WHO’s “gaming disorder” diagnoses

What's the problem? — "Dysfunctional gaming" seems to be more symptom than cause of psychological issues. Kyle Orland - Oct 22, 2019 7:35 pm UTC Enlarge / Two gamers with obvious unmet psychological needs.Since the World Health Organization proposed new diagnoses for "hazardous gaming" and "gaming disorder" last year, there's been an ongoing scientific debate…
Pocket Casts changes subscription plans after user backlash

Pocket Casts changes subscription plans after user backlash

Pocket Casts is making a change to its recently announced subscription plans after a backlash from users who were angry about losing access to apps they’d previously paid for. The company is now giving free lifetime access to Pocket Casts Plus, its premium subscription service, to anyone that paid for the service’s web or desktop…
Pocket Casts is making its podcast app free and launching a subscription service

Pocket Casts is making its podcast app free and launching a subscription service

Pocket Casts, a popular podcast app, is changing up its money-making strategy and launching a subscription service. The company previously charged users between $4 and $10 to download the app, depending on the OS and platform. The app will now be free, but users will have the option to pay $0.99 per month, or $10…

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A young couple might regret its choice of nanny in creepy...

The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world — M. Night Shyamalan makes a rare foray into television with new Apple TV+ series Jennifer Ouellette - Nov 6, 2019 9:20 pm UTC Toby Kebbell and Lauren Ambrose star as grieving parents in M. Night Shyamalan's new series, Servant.Fresh off the release early this year…

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