Study Shows Video Games Can Offer Benefits to Kids’ Brains
A recent research found that youngsters who played video games at least three hours a day did better on cognitive tests.
According to a JAMA Network Open research, video games may improve cognitive function.
Children who played video games for three or more hours per day had better cognitive abilities and impulsive control than those who didn't.
For older kids, the AAP advises 1–2 hours of video gaming each day.
The University of Vermont, Burlington researchers selected about 2,200 9- and 10-year-olds for the ABCD study among 12,000 participants.
MRIs indicated that youngsters who played video games had higher brain activity in attention and memory areas.
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