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Impact of Video Games on Manual Dexterity

Authors: Glen Gilchrist

The impact of video games on adolescent behaviour is well studied, with literature reporting both negative and positive relationships. This paper demonstrates a link between video game playing and time to complete a manual task. We conclude that the playing of 1 hour of video games has a dramatic effect on assembly time, more than halving the time to assemble the equipment, from 8 seconds to 4 seconds.

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[v1] 2012-03-08 17:17:24

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