Héctor Fuster, Ferran González
As parents and as children we live in a time in which the world of video games is part of our daily lives . But even so, we treat it many times as an antisocial, addictive, violent activity and above all misunderstood within the family nucleus. Héctor Fuster, psychologist specializing in disorders related to new technologies and professor of the first university degree in video game development in Barcelona, taught at the School of New Interactive Technologies (ENTI – University of Barcelona), proposes how to solve our problems with the new generations of players, our children . And also, how to understand what they spend an important part of their time and dedication on.
NUESTROS HIJOS Y SUS VIDEOJUEGOS: Saber cuál es su relación y entenderla
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