Jun 15, 2015 ... Complex, challenging, and ambitious, video games have come a long way since
the simple arcade titles of the 1970s—and evidence is ...
Sep 16, 2015 ... A growing body of evidence suggests video games can affect the ... creator of
Neuroracer explains how it might benefit OAPs' brains. The video ...
Feb 20, 2015 ... In two previous articles (here and here), I summarized evidence countering the
common fears about video games (that they are addictive and ...
As parents, we focus more attention on the potential dangers than on the
potential benefits of electronic video games, but these games are a normal part of
But many scientists and psychologists find that video games can actually have
many benefits – the main one is making kids smart. Video games may actually ...
Mar 12, 2016 ... Contrary to popular fears, video games appear to promote mental health and
cognitive and social skills in young children, says a new report.
Nov 7, 2013 ... Video games aren't bad for you. ... academic studies indicate that playing video
games has many psychological and even physical benefits.
Gaming both video and computer has become more than a fad, it is a part of life.
First generation video game players have now become adult and carry their ...
Playing video games (responsibly) actually has some serious health benefits.
Now you can go tell your parents that they were wrong! Turns out video games
Sep 18, 2015 ... Video games get a bad rap. They are often portrayed as violent, addictive, and a
mindless waste of hours that encourage laziness and make us ...