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Author(s): Zahraa Mohammed Hussein Attiea* and Mohammed Baqir Hassan

Background: The impact of electronic games on the child is a great influence, due to the widespread use of these games in recent times by children. Dangerous in his hand leads to addiction to it and affects many aspects, including: Health, psychological, and social aspects. In this sense, we have tried through this article to address the issue of electronic games and their various psychological, social and physical effects on the child.

Study aim: To assess the electronic gaming addiction among secondary school children, to assess the impact of electronic gaming addiction on physical and psychosocial status among secondary school children, in addition to find out relationship between electronic gaming addiction on physical and psychosocial status among secondary school children and their demographic data.

Study design: A cross-sectional descriptive quantitative design is done in the current work. The study has been carried out between the 1st of September 2022 and the 1st of February 2023 to assess the impact of electronic gaming addiction on physical and psychosocial status among secondary school’s children.

Sample of the study: A probability sampling technique is conducted on the schools selected randomly (32) school’s boys and girls, from (110) total schools in Al Najaf Al Ashraf city, from each school (30) students were randomly selected, and their age between 15 to 19 years.

Sitting of the study: The current study has been including (32) schools, (16) high school (preparatory), (16) secondary school, which are distributed in eight district of Al Najaf Al- Ashraf City in Iraq, four schools from each quarters.

Results: Study findings indicate there is impact of electronic game addiction on psychosocial and physical status and in both the control and study groups, the overall assessment of electronic game addiction, psychosocial and physical status is moderate.

Conclusion: Electronic game addiction, psychosocial and physical status were given a moderate rating in both control and study groups, and also, the study group socio-demographic characteristics the age of student, gender, grade classroom, father and mother educational level, mother alive, period of using electronic gaming and type of favorite game and finally SESS have impact on most study dimensions (Electronic game addiction, psychosocial and physical status).

Recommendations: Trying to finding out interesting new pastimes that are not games. Exercise is necessary for filling spare time, preserving health, and lowering the danger of playing and sitting for extended periods of time.

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