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More on the benefits of playing Brain Training Games…

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In November, I wrote about the benefits playing games to treat depression and improve cognitive functions in: Brain Training Games. So, when I saw this article in the Guardian today I felt a need to add it.

There are also studies on how games work on our minds and our cognitive capabilities, and a lot of science suggests you can use games to treat depression, anxiety and attention-deficit disorder. Making games that are both fun and serve a social purpose isn’t easy – a lot of innovation will be required – but gaming will become increasingly integrated into society.

Jane McGonigal, director of games research & development at the Institute for the Future in California and author of Reality Is Broken: Why Games Make Us Happy and How They Can Help Us Change the World (Penguin)

via 20 predictions for the next 25 years | Society | The Observer.

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Written by Queen of Sleep

January 2, 2011 at 9:23 am

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  1. […] Read my previous blogs on Brain Training Games and More on the Benefits of Playing Brain Training Games […]


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