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Weekly INT Boost – Taking It Easy

Welcome to our roundup of the best mental health and gaming news you may have missed. This week, we have thoughts on accessibility, burnout, gray matter and more. Video Games May Affect The Brain Differently, Depending On What You Play “People in the group that played action video games lost gray matter in the hippocampus, […]

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Weekly INT Boost – Who Needs Perfection?

Welcome to our roundup of the best mental health and gaming articles you may have missed. This week, we have stories about PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, Life Is Strange, FFXIV, and new research about how many of us are likely to deal with mental health issues in our lives. PlayerUnknown: Violent Words Have Consequences, Even While Role-Playing […]

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Weekly INT Boost – Gaming the System

Welcome to our roundup of the best mental healthy, psychology and gaming articles you may have missed. This week, we have a few new angles on gamification, a retrospective on gaming’s biggest meditation on grief, and lots more. Get ready for serious games that improve your judgment “Commenting on the success of his team’s strategy, […]

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Weekly INT Boost – Light Summer Reading

Looking for some light summer reading? Here’s a roundup of the best mental health and gaming articles you’ve missed. This week, we have a new program offering therapy to people who wouldn’t normally be able to access it, a psychologist’s look at Hellblade, and more. Therapy for Everybody “Bishop is part of a unique new […]

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Weekly INT Boost – Change of Seasons

Welcome to our roundup of the best mental health and gaming news you may have missed. This week, we have a school that’s turning out the lights to save students from depression, tips for managing healthy distractions, and more. There’s a good kind of distraction and a bad kind. Here’s how to tell the difference […]

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Weekly INT Boost – Take a Breather

Welcome to our roundup of the best mental health and gaming articles you may have missed. This week, we have a peek into our E3 AFK Room, new research on VR and autism, and a lot more. Amid the madness of E3, there’s a silent sanctuary for rest (and adult coloring books) ”We need to […]

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Weekly INT Boost – Playing Through Anxiety

Welcome to our roundup of the best mental health and gaming articles you may have missed. This week, we have a closer look at Autcraft, DMing with anxiety, and a helpful video from Barbie (of all things). Meet the dad who quit his job to run a Minecraft server for autistic kids “Running Autcraft earns […]

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Weekly INT Boost – Greetings from MomoCon

Welcome to our roundup of the best articles you may have missed. This week, we have fond memories of Mister Rogers, one case where brain training might help, and more. Mister Rogers’ grown-up fans flood Twitch with voice-mail appreciations “In one of the voice mails received, a viewer said that after having a bit of […]

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Weekly INT Boost – Exploring the Wilds

Welcome to our roundup of the best mental health and gaming stories you may have missed. This week, we have a fantastic series on both those subjects, a love letter to Breath of the Wild, and a lot more. Mind Games: Can you master mental health with a controller? “Hamilton, thanks to his medical education, […]

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Weekly INT Boost – Boundaries and Transitions

Welcome to our roundup of the best articles about games, mental health, and related topics that you might have missed. This week, we have a look at boundaries being broken in the streaming world, loss and social networks, and a pair of therapists many of you already know and love. When Fans Take Their Love […]

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