Category Archives: News

Weekly INT Boost – Ready to Start

Welcome to our roundup of mental health articles you may have missed. This week, we have mental health in comics, post-release emotional fallout, and a lot more. The Importance of Addressing Trauma and Mental Health in Comics “Serrano, who at this point had difficulty opening his bottle of water because of his Azrael Batman gloves, […]

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Weekly INT Boost: Compassion in Gaming

Welcome to our roundup of the best health and gaming stories you may have missed. This week, we have two great pieces from Kotaku about compassion in our community, a look at how Pokemon Go players compare to the rest of the world, and some serious reflection on the hottest Netflix series of the moment. […]

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Weekly INT Boost – Much Ado About Science

Welcome to our roundup of the best mental health articles you may have missed. This week, we have fascinating studies about social media use, breathing, and machine learning. We have bujo layouts. We have thoughts on S-Town. And we have bunnies. A New, More Rigorous Study Confirms: The More You Use Facebook, the Worse You […]

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Weekly INT Boost – The Final Countdown

Welcome to our roundup of the best mental health and gaming articles you may have missed. This week, we have a look at Gaming Disorder, new research on games for depression and at least one cute corgi. We’re in the final week of our Kickstarter, so if you want to help us to bring an […]

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Weekly INT Boost – Changing Seasons

Welcome to our roundup of the amazing mental health and gaming articles you may have missed. This week, we have a look at game development in youth detention centers, analysis of our friendships with digital characters, and an argument for more characters like L.A. Noire’s Cole Phelps. And while we’re all here, a humble reminder […]

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Develop Magazine Takes On Mental Health in Games and Development

Traditionally speaking, Develop magazine covers the nuts and bolts of the game industry — the art and business of making games, more so than the individuals who make them. This month, it’s doing something a little different, making space within its pages for the hearts and minds of creators. The March 2017 issue covers a […]

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Weekly INT Boost: Catching Up On Our Rest

Welcome to our roundup of the best mental health and gaming articles you may have missed. This week, we have two games that deal with depression in their own ways, a look at the state of ASMR research, and a balm for anyone weary over too much well-intentioned self-care advice. Nier: Automata is a game […]

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Weekly INT Boost – Back on the Road

Welcome to our roundup of the best mental health and gaming news you may have missed. This week, we have a study that shows that violent games don’t sap our empathy, a look at more empathetic sorts of games, and, like, five otters. We also have a new crowdfunding campaign. The previous campaign ended unexpectedly, […]

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Weekly INT Boost – See Ya, San Francisco

Welcome to our roundup of the mental health and gaming articles you may have missed. This week, we have news out of GDC, research on trolling, and thoughts about solo boardgaming. The empathy layer Content warning: article discusses abuse and suicide “The goal for Koko is the same, but distributed across any online community or […]

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Weekly INT Boost – The Dangers of Cats Have Been Greatly Exaggerated

Welcome to our roundup of the best mental health-related articles you’ve missed. This week, we have good news for cat lovers, a supportive community where you’d least expect one, and a personal tale from a Canadian NHL player. We also have big news from our fundraising campaign, so check out our updates if you haven’t […]

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