Video Game Use and Cognitive Performance: Does It Vary with the Presence of Problematic Video Game Use?

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Collins, Emily; Freeman, Jonathan;
  • Publisher: Mary Ann Liebert
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    acm: ComputingMilieux_PERSONALCOMPUTING

Action video game players have been found to outperform nonplayers on a variety of cognitive tasks. However, several failures to replicate these video game player advantages have indicated that this relationship may not be straightforward. Moreover, despite the discover... View more
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