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3-D Video Games Might be Good for Your Child

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Just in time for Christmas: video games for children. While they have been widely denounced by many social scientists, parents and educators as having little or no value, some in the field of psychology and cognitive science are starting to argue otherwise. Scientists studying the effects of fast moving video games claim they may exercise the brain, like strength training, improving mental acuity and quickness in players that extends to other areas of life. So-called first person...

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