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A recent study found that video game players experience more depression and anxiety than people of the same age in other settings.
A new survey also found that women play video game more than men.
The results of a survey by the Pew Research Center of 1,000 people living in more than 100 countries are now out.
It found that people living at the bottom of the social and economic ladder are more likely to report a video game addiction than those at the top.
This article first appeared on the WSJ.com.
WSJ’s Jason Pohl and Jami Dershowitz are senior editors and writers.