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Submitted by underwhere 609d ago | article

Research shows playing first-person shooters improves learning abilities, cognitive function

Brain skills improved by playing first-person shooters include more than hand-eye coordination, a long-held assumption: Studies cited by Scientific American Mind found that gamers who played shooters often fared better in tests of abilities such as spatial reasoning, spatial focus, visual acuity and decision-making. (Culture)

Urusernamesucks  +   609d ago
Agreed, FPS's enhance your focucs skill.

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