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Sunday, January 3, 2016

Three-dimensional video games might be good for Children

In the long holiday, as now, time for video games for children. Although video games are often criticized extensively by many social scientists, parents and teachers as the game is not worth or only slightly valued, some experts of psychology and cognitive science began to argue with that view.

Scientists who study the impact of video games claim they may train the brain, strength training, restoring mental acuity and speed of players that extends to other areas of life.
A man tries out Nintendo Co Ltd's 3DS portable game console near an advertisement for Sony's PlayStation 4 game console at an electronics retail store in Tokyo, May 7, 2014. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1RIYtuH)
There's a games called "first person shooter games" requires players to constantly alert and move quickly when suddenly the face of the enemy. Now the video game that has been shifted into the third dimension, which makes the players feel in a virtual world of chaos.

According to a study published in the Journal of Neuroscience, several researchers reported that they were playing three-dimensional video games will perform better in tasks given. The game reinforces the function of the "hippocampus," a brain structures associated with memory.

They were playing three-dimensional video games perform better in memory tests than those who play a general video games. Those who conducted the study wanted to find out whether the video games improve the brain aging in adults. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | VOA NEWS]
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