Studies: Video games can promote problem solving

08/19/2008 | Washington Post, The

Certain video games may help users learn problem-solving skills and explore scientific thinking, according to several studies presented at the American Psychological Association convention. One study found younger students tend to play more strategically when they are first learning how to play a game, putting key planning and problem-solving skills to work.

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