A negative association between video game experience and proactive cognitive control.

@article{Bailey2010ANA,
  title={A negative association between video game experience and proactive cognitive control.},
  author={Kira Bailey and Robert West and Craig A. Anderson},
  journal={Psychophysiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={47 1},
  pages={
          34-42
        }
}
Some evidence demonstrates that video game experience has a beneficial effect on visuospatial cognition. In contrast, other evidence indicates that video game experience may be negatively related to cognitive control. In this study we examined the specificity of the influence of video game experience on cognitive control. Participants with high and low video game experience performed the Stroop task while event-related brain potentials were recorded. The behavioral data revealed no difference… CONTINUE READING

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