Research found that shoot them up players had a boost in their ability to discern subtle changes in the brightness of the image, one of the first visual skills to diminish over time.
The researchers believe that video games could be used in the future to help as an aid to correct bad eyesight.
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Games that are popular or involve social mechanics can help with making friends by giving access to the community that forms around the shared experience.
Gaming conventions, online multiplayer sessions, and competitions all help players meet new people a...
Treating life like a computer game could improve your general quality of life. If you think of yourself as a level 1 character you might be able to identify areas in need of improvement.
Work in those abilities and keep track of your progress. Gamify aspects of your life and use the stra...
Some games are educational or designed with problem-solving, critical thinking and reading comprehension built in. But it’s unclear if computer games improve general intelligence, although they seem to help teach and reinforce these new skills.
Research indicates that playing fast-paced computer games can help the player read faster and more accurately.
The intensive situation awareness and management needed when playing fast-paced first person shooters seem to improve gamers' ability to deal with visual and auditory distractions simultaneously.
Developing multi-tasking may help productivity in general. This will spill over to the r...
Research indicates that the brains of people who started playing Mario regularly had an increase in gray matter in areas responsible for memory, strategy, fine motor skills and spatial navigation.
The reward our brains feel when accomplishing something in a game teaches us to focus our own actions and helps us control the situations around us. Lessons like this are easily applied in the real world.
Researchers designed a game called SPARX to help treat depressed teenagers. The players had almost double the total recovery rate when compared to the conventional treatment group.
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