2013 journal article

Successful aging through digital games: Socioemotional differences between older adult gamers and Non-gamers


By: J. Allaire n, A. McLaughlin n, A. Trujillo n, L. Whitlock n, L. LaPorte n & M. Gandy*

author keywords: Aging; Digital games; Well-being; Depression
TL;DR: Differences among the groups were found for well-being, negative affect, social functioning, and depression with Regular and Occasional Gamers performing better, on average, than Non-gaming older adults. (via Semantic Scholar)
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