Research in the videogames sector is the order of the day. Some of them have shown great benefits for the mind like; that study that ensured that platform games can be more beneficial than playing the piano or one where researchers discovered that action video games improved reading ability. Today we will talk about a study published in abc news
Dr. Scott Kollins, professor of psychiatry and behavioral studies at Duke University, has stated that: «This study is designed to evaluate whether video games work as therapy, specifically to see if they improve attention, and video games do just that. For now, video game therapy is not finished, it is a good alternative, there is treatment, and it is promising according to Kollins.
The successful career of the Doctor links him to more than 20 university research in the United States. «We still need the best way to fit the study in the general clinical scenario. The more tools, the better, ”adds Dr. Scott Kollins. About 4.4% of people in the United States and 3.4% of the world's population have been diagnosed with ADD