Online Role-playing Games Hurt Marital Satisfaction, Says BYU Study|
Published: February 14, 2012. by Brigham Young University
Online role playing games negatively affect real-life marital satisfaction, according to a new Brigham Young University study to be published February 15th in the Journal of Leisure Research.
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