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Sunday, April 6, 2014

The Neurology of Gaming [Infographic].

Do you like video games? Do you like having a brain that can do stuff?

Then this infographic is just for you!

As it turns out, gaming has an effect on your brain, and it’s not “turning it into mush.”

As I am sure many of you know first hand, gaming generates happiness in awesomeness lobe and then moves it to your soul, or at least that’s what it feels like.

This infographic from Online Universities goes a little deeper into the subject and deals with a few of the other things involved in addition to the synthesis of pure happiness.
the neurology of gaming


Some of the points about violent gaming could probably use a little more context in my opinion, but it’s still interesting.
Take a look.

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