Improving Children's Mental Rotation Accuracy With Computer Game Playing

@article{Lisi2002ImprovingCM,
  title={Improving Children's Mental Rotation Accuracy With Computer Game Playing},
  author={Richard De Lisi and Jennifer L Wolford},
  journal={The Journal of Genetic Psychology},
  year={2002},
  volume={163},
  pages={272 - 282}
}
  • Richard De Lisi, Jennifer L Wolford
  • Published 2002
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The Journal of Genetic Psychology
  • Abstract The authors investigated the relation between mental rotation (MR) and computer game-playing experience. Third grade boys (n = 24) and girls (n = 23) completed a 2-dimensional MR test before and after playing computer games (during 11 separate 30-min sessions), which either involved the use of MR skills (the experimental group) or did not involve the use of MR skills (the control group). The experimental group outperformed the control group on the MR posttest but not on the pretest… CONTINUE READING

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