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How video games can affect adolescent brains

Polygon:
"According to Dr. David Greenfield, Ph.D., founder of the Center for Internet Technology Addiction and assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine, gamers are greeted with a rush of dopamine when they play. However, this can result in the brain producing less of the neurotransmitter, leading to diminished levels of dopamine. "

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