Study: Playing Action Video Games Can Make Children Better Learners

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A study from a researcher at the University of Rochester claimed that playing fast-paced action video games can help young people become better learners by requiring the brain to multitask and process a variety of different stimuli at the same time. What do you think?

“That’s why I limit my kids to one hour of book reading a day.”

Rodney Skelton • Office Supply Orderer

“Well, that fits perfectly with how I’ve handled parenthood so far.”

Carol Bellow • Product Reviewer


“No wonder so much of the online discourse between gamers is so intellectually stimulating.”

Larry Cashwell • Shampoo/Conditioner Tester