The effects of playing video games on the brain. Note studies if possible.
While video game manufactures are
quick to deny the possibility that violent video games can have a negative
impact on children and adults, a wealth of scientific research exists which
points clearly to the conclusion that violent video games do... read more
Personally, I think that the effects of playing video games are always going to depend on a lot more factors than just the game itself. Mostly, it comes down to the big headlines like depressed people who happen to be gamers snapping a few mental links and going crazy in public. The key question then becomes what else is going on in that person's life not what game did they play.
On a different side, I can't play first person shooter games, they make me sick to my stomach after about 20 minutes. I'm not sure what's up with that, but all that means is that I have to choose a different sort of game. I tend to go more role-playing as a result.
by Kiki 1012 5 weeks ago
I understand everyone needs a hobby or a past time, but should our adult males be playing video games more than our kids!! I have an older brother, he doesn't have any kids, yet instead of doing something constructive he will play the game,PS3, from dusk til dawn.
by Mathew Czech 4 years ago
Whats your opinion on video games and world violence?some people have different ideas on it?but whats YOUR opinion?
by OutsideTheLines 21 months ago
Do violent video games have a negative effect on children?
by Sasha Kim 2 years ago
How many hours a day do you spend playing video games?
by whonunuwho 5 years ago
Violence is spawned by gaming,and kids are exposed a lot; should we be more vigilant, or supervise?Should we allow our kids to play on games into the wee hours and not supervise what they are playing?.
by ngureco 7 years ago
Should Playing Video Games Be Taught And Be Examined By The Education System? Would You Agree...That Playing Video Games Is Not A Mindless Activity And They Indeed Do Develop The Cognitive Skills Of The Child? Perhaps A Child Who Is Good In Video Games May Be More Imaginative And Creative Than A...
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