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New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring: methodological issues in studies linking video games and cognitive abilities; rule-learning in 8-month-olds; and bias among children as a function of group norms. ... More>

Study: Video Games Don’t Trigger Aggression in Adults With Autism

Video Game Violence Doesn’t Boost Aggression Among Adults with Autism

An experimental study shows that video game violence isn't associated with aggressive behavior among adults with autism spectrum disorder. ... More>

Does Video Game Driving Translate to Real-World Skills?

Using eye-tracking data, researchers investigate whether popular racing video games develop skills that help players avoid danger out on the road. ... More>

Brain Training Doesn’t Make You Smarter