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Students Benefit from Video Games

Submitted by Malik Muftau on Sun, 11/23/2014 - 9:46pm.

There is a conception that if students spend too much time on computer games, they will not have enough time to interact with peers or even much time to do their homework. However, the vialogue below reveals that students actually benefit from spending more time on video games. According to the research highlighted in the vialogue, students who spend a lot of time on video games tend to be very conversational.

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