A study at the University of Rochester has found that playing action games trains players to make the correct decisions at a faster pace.
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A study’s claimed that far from being harmful to eyesight, action games provide good training for what eye doctors call “contrast sensitivity”. Contrast sensitivity is the ability to notice tiny changes in shades of grey against a uniform background, according to this New.com.au piece. ”This is not a skill that people were supposed to get […]