Kansas State University

As he points out an article published by the Argentine newspaper La Nacion, this controversial topic has been investigated by many specialists, and if something they agree is in any technology that we use will change our brain. About the benefits that brings with it the use of video games some researchers, such as Shawn Green and Daphne Bavelier, from the University of Rochester in New York, have shown that habitual gamers improve their visual attention and become able to process more information. Against this position is that of researchers such as John Murray, expert in psychology from Kansas State University, who argues that video games are more worrying than television, because they are interactive and children learn best through demonstration followed by imitation, with rewards for doing things the right way about learning from violence. And that is exactly what makes video games. Research will continue, but the important thing is to recognize that, for better or for worse, technology affects us, so we must make responsible use of it.