Video Games and Learning
“Effects of Video-Game Ownership on Young Boys’ Academic and Behavioral Functioning: A Randomized, Controlled Study”
After young boys receive their first video game system they don’t progress as quickly in school as boys who don’t own such devices, a study published this month in the journal Psychological Science ...
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