Remember all those years you spent in your youth playing Half-Life and Timesplitters on your PS2, and how your parents would yell at you because they couldn’t understand how playing video games would help you get ahead in the real world? Well, now you can call them up and show them scientific evidence that all those years you spent with a controller in your hands might just have made you a better driver.
The study was published on Friday in the journal Psychological Science.
Researchers conducted an experiment using test subjects who did not have any previous experience playing video games and separated them into two groups.
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