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Submitted by Rrobba 1043d ago | article

Will “Call of Duty” Be Assigned for 10th Grade Homework?

Two prominent neuroscientists have published a commentary in the Feb. 28th Nature suggesting that video games might be crafted to improve brain function and enhance personal well-being. (Call of Duty, Culture)

M-M  +   1043d ago
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