Lo and behold! Positive news on how video games can be good for you. Yes, after James Gee, professor of learning at the University of Wisconsin found out about the wonders of video gaming from playing his preschooler kid's learning game, Pajama Sam: No Need to Hide When It's Dark Outside, and hitting it off with solving problems in The New Adventures of the Time Machine, he decided to do a study on how video gaming affects the brain. What he has found out will delight video gamers. Apparently, video gaming sharpens thinking, social skills, and perception. Read more about this here.
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