London: The hours you spend at the video gaming console can train your brain to make better and faster use of visual input, a new study has claimed. "Gamers see the world differently. They are able to extract more information from a visual scene," said Greg Appelbaum, an assistant professor of psychiatry in the Duke School of Medicine. The researchers found 125 participants who were either non-gamers or very intensive gamers from among a pool of subjects participating in a much larger study in Stephen Mitroff`s Visual Cognition Lab at Duke University.
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