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Video games can improve performance in vision tasks

From Cognitive Daily:

C. Shawn Green and Daphne Bavelier of the University of Rochester conducted a study in which they found that avid video game players were better at several different visual tasks compared to non-gamers.

Note that visual tasks are different from manual dexterity tasks, which video games are known to enhance, and action video games are better at improving visual tasks than space or logic-based games (e.g. Tetris).

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