While some view videogames as a waste of time, researchers have found that spending time in these virtual worlds can actually enhance your perception and attention skills.
People who play between one and five hours a week are able to process visual information five percent more accurately than those who don’t play at all, finds a new study.
These findings suggest that those who play video games are faster and more efficient at processing rapidly-presented stimuli.
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People who play between 1 and 5 hours a week are able to process visual information 5% more accurately than those who don’t play at all, finds a new study from psychologists at Nottingham Trent University
WHAT DID THE STUDY FIND?
Nottingham Trent University asked 43…