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The impact of computer games on the psyche of adolescents exaggerated

The impact of computer games on the psyche of adolescents exaggerated

computer games are now regularly played by 60 to 90% of adolescents. Many parents are at a loss, because they believe that an active virtual life hinders learning, inhibits the development of social skills and, most importantly, that games with elements of violence infect the teenager with their cruelty. "Studies disprove this dependence," explains age psychologist Timur Mursaliev. - Most students, plunging into the virtual world, forget about reality. Recklessly shooting 50 opponents per minute, the teenager is aware that his enemies are pixels, they are drawn. You can't learn to kill a man by shooting pixels. A teenager may be interested to conduct a virtual operation and see what the person inside. But just as passionately he took a child, a machine, wanting to understand how it is... Show More

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