Is video games good or bad for children’s mental development? New research surprised

Barcelona: A study conducted at a university in Spain found that video games are useful for children’s mental development, it improves memory.

According to a report by a foreign news agency, a study conducted at the Spanish Open University of Catalonia claims that the habit of playing video games will help improve children’s memory in the years to come.

According to the research, even after quitting playing video games, it results in various changes in the brain for years, the research was published in the journal Frontiers in Human Neurosciences.

The study involved 27 people between the ages of 18 and 40, some of whom were playing video games while others stayed away, all of whom were tested for mental abilities.

Researchers say that people who were fond of video games before childhood, even if they play for a very short time, perform better in working memory tests, compared to those who stayed away from games. His working memory was poorly recorded.

People who stay away from games have less ability to concentrate on information, in fact they were a bit slower than those who played games, while those who were interested in playing games as children in the study also processed 3D objects. Proved to be much better.

It should be noted that the brains of the people involved in this study were continuously examined for a month after which the results were drawn. Their mental abilities including working memory were assessed through 3 points.

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