Playing video games has been linked to cognitive benefits in children. Photo: Shutterstock
Playing video games has been linked to cognitive benefits in children. Photo: Shutterstock
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Playing video games may improve children’s brain function because of their cognitively demanding nature, study finds

  • Children who play video games for three or more hours a day perform better on impulse control and memory tests, the study says
  • Researchers stressed that the findings do not mean children should spend an unlimited amount of time on gaming

Playing video games has been linked to cognitive benefits in children. Photo: Shutterstock
Playing video games has been linked to cognitive benefits in children. Photo: Shutterstock
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