Differences in Eye-Hand Motor Coordination of Video-Game Users and Non-Users

  title={Differences in Eye-Hand Motor Coordination of Video-Game Users and Non-Users},
  author={J. Griffith and P. Voloschin and G. Gibb and J. Bailey},
  journal={Perceptual and Motor Skills},
  pages={155 - 158}
  • J. Griffith, P. Voloschin, +1 author J. Bailey
  • Published 1983
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Perceptual and Motor Skills
  • The recent proliferation of electronic video games has caused an outcry from those who question the merits of the games, while others maintain the games improve eye-hand coordination. At present, no empirical data are available to indicate whether there are differences in eye-hand coordination between video game users and non-users. Comparing 31 video game users and 31 non-users showed users have significantly better eye-hand motor coordination on a pursuit rotor. However, no relationship was… CONTINUE READING
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