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An interdisciplinary publication of The Strong, the American Journal of Play® is a forum for discussing the history, science, and culture of play. The Journal aims to increase awareness and understanding of the role of play in learning and human development and the ways in which play illuminates cultural history. The American Journal of Play provides thought-provoking content from prominent researchers, thinkers, and writers around the world. In articles, interviews, and book reviews they explore play through a variety of perspectives and lenses, including but not limited to: Child development; Education; Psychology; Sociology; Anthropology; Neuroscience; History; Popular culture; Folklore; Museum studies; Technology and play. In short, the American Journal of Play includes material that synthesizes and puts into perspective major themes of play scholarship; summarizes emerging areas of play research; presents significant new research about play; illuminates the important role of play in learning and human development throughout the life cycle; examines the interrelationship of play to other aspects of human endeavor; explicates social, cultural, educational, and public policy issues related to play; and explores cultural history through the world of play. [1]

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2018 - VOLUME 10, ISSUE 3
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Problem Gaming: A Short Primer.

TE Gorman , DA Gentile , CS Green

American Journal of Play , 2018 - VOLUME 10, ISSUE 3 , pp 309-327.

 
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