Are Kids Who Play Video Games More Creative? [Headlines]

Are Kids Who Play Video Games More Creative? [Headlines]
Gaming & Play

The question now is why, and how to optimize the effect to increase creativity.

Nestor Bailly, PSFK
  • 4 november 2011

Researchers at Michigan State University, in the United States, found that playing video games was linked to greater creativity, regardless of the type of game played.

The Telegraph

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