Modern video games mean big business, and big controversy. Yet most of the charges levelled against games--that they stunt minds and spark addiction--are based on an outdated understanding of what gamers do when they sit down to play
That the media stumbles and gropes when discussing video games is an old story. More dismayingly, however, similar failings are to be found in a new book by Susan Greenfield, renowned neuroscientist and head of the Royal Institution.
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