2017 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
Douglas A. Gentile mainly focuses on Video game, Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Gerontology and Aggression. His Video game study incorporates themes from Longitudinal study, Mass media, Clinical psychology, Social cognition and Instructional design. His Social psychology research incorporates themes from Video game addiction and Sample.
His Developmental psychology research incorporates elements of Teaching method, Attribution, Transfer of training and Curriculum. His Gerontology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Body mass index, Ecology, Screen time, Obesity and Pedometer. The various areas that Douglas A. Gentile examines in his Pedometer study include Odds ratio, Physical therapy, Overweight and Odds.
Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Video game, Aggression and Human factors and ergonomics are his primary areas of study. His Developmental psychology research includes elements of Screen time, Longitudinal study and Clinical psychology. Social psychology is closely attributed to Mass media in his work.
His studies deal with areas such as Applied psychology and Addiction as well as Video game. He has included themes like Cognition and Attribution bias in his Aggression study. His Human factors and ergonomics study combines topics in areas such as Injury prevention and Suicide prevention.
His primary areas of investigation include Developmental psychology, Medical education, Clinical psychology, Cognition and Intervention. His research in Developmental psychology is mostly concerned with Prosocial behavior. He combines subjects such as Stakeholder engagement, Academic achievement, Qualitative property and Implementation research with his study of Medical education.
Douglas A. Gentile works mostly in the field of Clinical psychology, limiting it down to concerns involving Anxiety and, occasionally, Etiology, Video game addiction, Well-being and Social comparison theory. The study incorporates disciplines such as Self-concept, Cognitive psychology, Creativity and Thinking skills in addition to Cognition. He has researched Intervention in several fields, including Ecology, Pathological, Peer support and Adolescent Obesity.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Addiction, Anxiety and Video game. He carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Developmental psychology and Stress. His Clinical psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Early adolescence, Smartphone addiction, Social issues and Cohort.
His Addiction study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Social psychology and Etiology. His Shyness study in the realm of Anxiety connects with subjects such as Injury prevention. Douglas A. Gentile interconnects Screen time, Gerontology and Weight management in the investigation of issues within Video game.
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The effects of violent video game habits on adolescent hostility, aggressive behaviors, and school performance
Douglas A Gentile;Paul J Lynch;Jennifer Ruh Linder;David A Walsh.
Journal of Adolescence (2004)
Pathological Video-Game Use Among Youth Ages 8 to 18 A National Study
Psychological Science (2009)
Pathological Video Game Use Among Youths: A Two-Year Longitudinal Study
Douglas A. Gentile;Hyekyung Choo;Albert Liau;Timothy Sim.
Violent Video Game Effects on Children and Adolescents: Theory, Research, and Public Policy
Craig A. Anderson;Douglas A. Gentile;Katherine E. Buckley.
The Effects of Prosocial Video Games on Prosocial Behaviors: International Evidence From Correlational, Longitudinal, and Experimental Studies:
Douglas A. Gentile;Craig A. Anderson;Shintaro Yukawa;Nobuko Ihori.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (2009)
The Impact of Video Games on Training Surgeons in the 21st Century
James C. Rosser;Paul J. Lynch;Laurie Cuddihy;Douglas A. Gentile.
Archives of Surgery (2007)
An international consensus for assessing internet gaming disorder using the new DSM‐5 approach
Nancy M. Petry;Florian Rehbein;Douglas A. Gentile;Jeroen S. Lemmens.
Television and Video Game Exposure and the Development of Attention Problems
Edward L. Swing;Douglas A. Gentile;Craig A. Anderson;David A. Walsh.
A normative study of family media habits
Douglas A. Gentile;David A. Walsh.
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology (2002)
The Internet gaming disorder scale
Jeroen S. Lemmens;Patti M. Valkenburg;Douglas A. Gentile.
Psychological Assessment (2015)
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