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Playing video games may enhance reading skills

University of Saskatchewan (USask) psychology graduate student Shaylyn Kress may have identified what kids have wanted their parents to think all along – that playing video games regularly might count as homework. Data shows the activity may contribute to improving one’s peripheral attention skills that are essential for reading ability.  […]
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Building artificial nerve cells

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