As any gamer will quickly point out, playing action-style video games improves motor skills. We’ve also heard that action gaming increases peoples’ ability to make right decisions faster, and that it improves the brain’s capacity to learn. Before you run off to your Xbox, however, you might want to take note of a new study which claims that sometimes, “gaming can do more harm than good.” (August 8, 2017)
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Curiosity Can Influence Decisions
What if you had a choice between a fortune cookie dipped in chocolate and covered in sprinkles or a plain fortune cookie that contained a personalized fortune, which would you eat? A new study finds that feeling curious can help people make smarter, and even sometimes healthier, decisions.
Source: Medical Daily
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