In the News

November 13, 2017

Los Angeles Times

Are video games bad for your kids? Not so much, experts now believe

At a recent seminar on video games at UC Irvine, Constance Steinkuehler, a professor of informatics at the school and president of the Higher Education Video Game Alliance, emphasized that most researchers embrace the idea that “play is good.” She also acknowledged that video games, like smartphones, social media and other modern technologies, can have addictive properties.

Read the full story at Los Angeles Times.


Are video games bad for your kids? Not so much, experts now believe

< Previous
Here’s Who Really Has Access To Idaho’s Voter Data
Next >
UCI computer game explores culture of 18th-century Ghana