Whether it’s joy or anger, we’re wired to catch and spread emotions. Here's how to inoculate ourselves against negative ones.
Verified by Psychology Today
A therapist's guide to gaming and well-being
Violent video games are often blamed for making people who play them aggressive or violent. What does the research actually say?
A US Senator just proposed legislation to protect children from free-to-play video games. Why?
Many parents of teens worry that their children play video games instead of spending time with others. Are video games as bad for their social lives as their parents fear?
How do video game creators make their games so addictive? How can you tell if a game could become a problem for your children?
Andrew Fishman is a licensed social worker in Chicago, Illinois. He is also a lifelong gamer who works with clients to understand the impact video games have had on their mental health.