Wednesday, September 15, 2010

How 'bout that.

“Cognitive scientists from the University of Rochester have discovered that playing action video games trains people to make the right decisions faster. The researchers found that video game players develop a heightened sensitivity to what is going on around them, and this benefit doesn’t just make them better at playing video games, but improves a wide variety of general skills that can help with everyday activities like multitasking, driving, reading small print, keeping track of friends in a crowd, and navigating around town.”

See the rest at VBS.TV: VIDEO GAMES MAKE YOU BETTER AT LIFE - JAMES TENAFLY | VBS.TV Blog

2 comments:

Max said...

I wouldn't trust anything that comes out of the UofR.

Max said...

I wouldn't trust anything that comes out of the UofR.