What to do when games come under attack.
Clinical psychologist Dr. Mark Kline answers your gaming-related questions.
A new baby is here and Dad just won't put down the game.
Will accepting that you are a gamer help you accept other beliefs?
Your lights are on, but are you home?
What does it mean when other things take the place of gaming?
The dreams stuff are made from.
Why do many gamers seem so disorganized in their personal life?
What happens when you meet your online friends in real life?
Are you still a nice guy if you play evil?
Does extensive online gaming help or hinder social interaction?
Finding friends in games, and then losing them in real life.
Why are parents and politicians so down on videogames?
Do videogames make people violent or merely attract violent people?
So why are gamers such jerks online, anyway?
This week, Dr. Mark tackles questions about kids playing videogames and whether girls really need to hang out with other girls.