The researchers scanned the MRI to study the brains of 27 professional and 30 amateur gamers. They focused on the martial arts, the sensory and emotional management area and the connecting center of the brain regions. The results showed that action game specialists had better brain connections and increased gray matter intake.
This may be due to a combination of the attention sensor and sensor functions in action games. They get about 150 sensor responses within 1 minute using both keyboard and mouse. Study participants are gamers who have played for at least 6 years and have competed in national and international championships.
In a recent study conducted at Harvard University, researchers compared 32 “gamers” and 29 non-gamers. All of the volunteers in the study were men, and the average age was around 25 who met the study criteria.
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