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۱The effect of video games on teenagers’ behavior and performance: A cross–sectional study in Tehran
اطلاعات انتشار: Social Determinants of Health، اول،شماره۳، ۲۰۱۵، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۸
Background: The nobility of this study was to interpret the relation of the videogame usage in teenagers’ behaviors and their performance in schools and distinctive environments.Methods: Totally 508 male and female teenage students were randomly selected from secondary schools of Tehran, the Capital of Iran. The designed questionnaire was completed by student’s parents at the end of school year. School performance and students’ behavior and pattern of using videogames were asked. Descriptive statistics, contingency coefficient and chi–squared tests were used for analysis.Results: According to our statistic, almost all the teenagers were interested in video games and 76.8% of students played video games once in a while. Female students whose mothers were more aged used video games quite often than teenagers whose mothers were younger. Male students, whose mothers were housewives and had handheld devices in their room, spend more time playing games. The male students who spend more time in playing video games showed more aggression than the others. In addition, female students who played video games quite often, showed abnormal behavior and strange mental status. Both genders showed high percentage of shouting and overeating, when they spent more time in playing video games.Conclusion: Playing videogames has a significant effect on teenagers’ behaviors but not on school performance. Social determinants of health also have significant effect on playing videogames.
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