Video games linked to poor relationships with friends, family

A new study connects young adults' use of video games to poorer relationships with friends and family – and the student co-author expresses disappointment at his own findings.

Brigham Young University undergrad Alex Jensen and his faculty mentor, Laura Walker, publish their results Jan. 23 in the Journal of Youth and Adolescence.

The research is based on information collected from 813 college students around the country. As the amount of time playing video games went up, the quality of relationships with peers and parents went down.

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vitz33583d ago (Edited 3583d ago )

I coulda told you that for free. Now why did they go spend all that money over this?

Everything a stupid study like this is done, some idiot gets his Master's.