Video Games aren’t corrupting young minds - they might be building them.
Richard Bradbury | Arvindh Yuvaraj | Jeff Sandhu
New science is emerging that suggests the moral panic about video games is misguided, and that many games can be benign or even beneficial by helping with social and intellectual development. In fact, researchers are exploring the use of games as pedagogical tools in education and even as therapeutic tools for anxiety and depression.
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