Gamer’s brains work better, but I still wouldn’t want my kids to play them.

Studies show that gamer’s brains work better and are more resilient to aging.

“A new study of 100 university undergraduates in Toronto has found that video gamers consistently outperform their non-playing peers in a series of tricky mental tests. If they also happened to be bilingual, they were unbeatable.”

Ironically the researcher ends the article with the typical anti-game blather: “I’d still be plenty concerned if my child played them all the time,” Prof. Bialystok said. “Sure, they’re getting better at rapid search and response problems, but I really would prefer my child read a book.”



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