November 07, 2008
Video Games Do NOT Traing the Brain
Walter Boot and colleagues at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, found that non-gamers showed no improvement in memory skills or the ability to multitask after spending more than 20 hours on one of three video games. This appears to contradict previous studies which detected superior mental aptitudes among habitual gamers.
Posted by rdivecha at November 7, 2008 04:18 PM
I don't agree with you.
I think children that play games are much better of at school and handle better in life to handle unexpected situation that the one that don't.
Of course, if they play it for a limited time. For example, Andrea, my older one, plays for few hours a week.
If they play too much, and eventually become addicted, then of course, they are better of without any of it.
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