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ACADEMICS, VIDEO GAME MAKERS TEAM UP IN RARE COLLABORATION

A study by Oxford University researchers on how playing video games affects mental health used data from video game makers, marking what the authors say is a rare collaboration between academics and the game industry.

Lack of transparency from game makers has long been an issue for scientists hoping to better understand

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