Daphne Bavelier: Your Brain on Video Games (Video)

The media often portrays the negative effects of video games, however brain scientist Daphne Bavelier argues that action video games (for example Call of Duty – Black Ops) can have a significant and long lasting positive impact on our cognition. In her talk she shares research data that supports the remarkable viewpoint that, in moderate doses, action video games can dramatically improve brain plasticity, vision, attention and learning.

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    Yes, it is right that at some points video games proves worst for youngsters and teenagers because some video games create negative impact on person’s mind and some of are creates positive and meaningful impact on person’s mind which is helpful to improve brain. 

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      Video games are different – bad and good