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Submitted by SeekDev 787d ago | article

Game Research, and What it Means to You

In this feature written by two researchers from the Gains Through Gaming Lab in the Department of Psychology and North Carolina State University, you'll find "a selective, non-exhaustive review" research on "benefits afforded to cognition by video game playing", as well as practical thoughts on how you can research "the potential benefits of playing your video games." (Anne McLaughlin, Counter-Strike, Culture, ESRB, Halo, Industry, Jason Allaire, Marvel Vs Capcom, PC, PS3, Super Mario Kart, Wii, Xbox 360)

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