Study: Workers Trained On Video Games Perform Better

A new study from the University of Colorado Business School finds workers that train with video games absorb and remember their training better than those that are trained more passively.

The results of the study, which are being teased ahead of upcoming publication in the journal Personnel Psychology, show those trained on video games had 11 percent better grasp of facts, 14 percent more knowledge of job skills, and a 9 percent better rate of information retention than those in comparison groups.

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