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Videogames - How they affect your brain (at-last!) [Science]
posted April 15 2013 19:40.31 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Vindication! At last! Video games are too long in the market - So long indeed, that i used to play video games since i was 8 years old. It took me more than 27 years to find a proof of what i believed, and what i believed was opposite to what my parents and friends used to tell me:

- Video games will harm your eyes
- Video games will make you stupid
- You won't have a life
- You will become a nerd...
- blah blah blah

Well... I'm 35 and it seems that i will only wear glasses because of aging in about 5 to 10 years...

So, thank you researcher Daphne Bavelier for this talk at TED-Ed, thank you for providing me the scientific proofs to support my believes, and thank you for relieving me from guilt when i play LOL!



[Link: TEDEducation]
 
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