Gaming and stunted brain development
I posted this in the wrong thread!
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I read the opposite of this in a news article a few months ago.
Plus these kids were probably only playing Quake, lol
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I think this is nonsense, maybe it can apply to game consoles as they are related to TV.
But if it's computers I think the brain gets more excercise and spontainous reactions than a armchair game console.
What I find most amusing is two of the three R's don't even start with the letter R
...but I guess phonetics wins.
I wonder if all the little young gamers don't learn how to spell at all because of it? I mean...l33t? !L33t!
I be play video game for long time and I am turn out okay.
MaFace, I you sure? I mean how do you really know you truned out ok? J/K. Ok Ok
Hucked on Phonix Wrked fur me! I luv to weed!
I think my fontal lobe and back lobe and all my lobes are very well formed. I mean with this x-ray vision and all. :P
Of this. I saw a commentary on tv today about children going into college being aliterate.
This means becoming so involved with TV, that it is less neccessary to gather information from reading when its easier to gather loads of information route internet,TV, etc....
I say, "I do Extensive reading following internet, so the aliterates must just be looking at pictures all day...?
I have began to wonder why so many of the comments, especially in the gaming forums, are from nerds who can not spell, use proper punctuation or vocabulary more complex then Dr. Seuss.
At the begging of this article you may have noticed these words: "...have formulated a hypothesis..."
Translated, that means "this is what these guys think". No mention of pesky facts or such.
Well, you 'think' too don't ya? I say, until the facts are in, go with what you know...or at least with what you think you know.
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