Video games may bring cognitive benefits to kids, study shows
A recent research indicated that video games may increase children's cognitive ability, despite parents' concerns.
The study adds to evidence that video games may benefit gamers.
Scientists divided nine- and 10-year-olds into two groups: non-gamers and gamers.
They discovered increased brain activity in frontal regions linked with cognitively demanding activities and less in vision-related regions in young gamers.
Chaarani said research showed various games may affect the brain differently.
"We'll keep watching these video gamers—their neurodevelopment, behaviour, and mental health," Chaarani added.
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