Video Gamers Learn Visual-Based Tasks More Quickly
Playing video games provides some bonus points for the real world. In a recent study, researchers found gamers were better able to adapt and learn visual tasks.
Video games have some great benefits beyond entertainment. Jane McGonigal, author of Reality is Broken, has been touting their influential power for years in how engaging in a powerful, interactive story can incite change in our own behavior. A recent study has gone further, finding that gamers get cognitive bonus points in their ability to learn through visual tasks.
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