Gaming Disorder: A Contemporary Ampliative Account

Abiola Bamijoko-Okungbaye, Mudasir Firdosi, Dimitrios Koukoularis


Diagnosing gaming disorder requires that mental health practitioners weigh in patient's values in an appropriate symmetry with an evidence-based approach to deal with patient's issues. Nevertheless, to date, the science of gaming disorder tends to overemphasize psychopharmacological and therapeutic intervention, while the importance of values is ignored to the periphery. We argue in this paper, for gaming disorder formalization to be rigid, the science of gaming disorder needs further research and its scientific basis be established with an improved data of the players at the local level.


gaming disorder; World Health Organization; diagnosis; mental disorders; classification; mental health

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