Video Games Proven to Help you Think Faster!

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In the February issue of Woman’s World Magazine, they had an interesting topic. It was about guilty pleasures that actually do you some good. One of them being, ofcourse video games! Playing video games is said to improve your “fluid” intelligence. This kind of intelligence helps you sort out patterns and process  new information.

How does a game  help in this matter? When you play a game you need to be quick and on your feet and it requires quick decision making skills. Your brain then becomes able to analyze information at a faster pace. In a study done at the University of Wisconison  people who played games  processed information  13% faster then non gamers.

So you know what that means kiddos , pick up your Street Fighter IV arcade stick and game the night away! It is good for you like a daily glass of O.J.

On a side note, watching the show “Heroes” improves concentration which is great for my ADD! Go Heroes!

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Hello World, My name is Jennifer Safanova ! I am what you call a casual gamer but I have been playing video games since I was 4. My first console was Atari and I moved up to Snes and so on and so on. My 3 favorite games of all time have to be Super Mario World , Condemned and Halo 3! I am here to give a female perspective of the gaming, gadget and anime world. That being said I am a huge lover of Japanese culture and am a huge collector of anime, manga, figures, Japanese paintings, etc etc. I am also a gamer model and a huge comic book nerd! If you go to my link on myspace you can even see me cosplaying as Spiderwoman. I am happy go lucky, silly and have the heart of child. I am very friendly , have a great sense of humor and am very outgoing! So that is a little on me, I will try to keep you guys entertained as much as I possibly can and maybe open your eyes to some things you did not know of but happy you now do!

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