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Playing video games can make you more creative: Study

Playing video games may not be as bad as we always thought and certain games that foster creative freedom can help in increasing creativity, researchers say.In the experimental study published in the Creativity Research Journal, the researchers analysed 352 participants. They compared the effects of playing Minecraft, with or without instruction, to watching a TV

Video games affect girls more than boys: Study

Video games affect girls more than boys: Study

Dear parents, please take note. When it comes to video gaming, girls in the 6-12 age group are at a heightened risk of developing less social competence than boys, warn researchers. The researchers found that 10-year-old girls who played games frequently had less social competence than 12-year-old than girls who played less frequently. The study

Video games can help learn new language: Study

Video games can help learn new language: Study

LONDON: Popular video games can be used to teach a new language, say scientists who have used the ‘ssin’s Creed II’ to teach the Italian language to a class of students. Simone Bregni, associate professor at Saint Louis University in Spain, started playing video games in 1975 when he was 12.By the mid-1980s, he was

Playing video games can change brains performance

 Playing video games can change our brains performance

Playing video games can change brains performance. “Games have sometimes been praised or demonized, often without real data backing up those claims. Moreover, gaming is a popular activity, so everyone seems to have strong opinions on the topic,” according to the sources.From their analysis, which included looking at 22 studies on the structural changes in