Video games are good for a developing brain, study shows
A recent research found "improved cognitive performance" among video game players.
Children who play computer games get some mental advantages.
Inhibition control and working memory areas of the brain showed "blood oxygen level-dependent signal variations" in 2,217 youngsters who played video games.
The study suggested that video gaming may increase response inhibition, working memory, and cortical circuits.
No, this isn't the first research to draw a correlation between kids who play video games and cognitive analysis.
This research implies that this popular hobby may have cognitive advantages worth investigating.
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