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Ars on your lunch break: This is your brain on video games

2 monthes ago   |   By Ars Technica

Enlarge / "You know what I really enjoy? Testing subjects with video games. Or just testing in general."
Below, you'll find the second installment of the After On podcast interview with University of California, San Francisco neuroscientist Adam Gazzaley and his trailblazing work to develop the medical potential that may be latent in video games. Please check out part one if you missed it. Otherwise, press play on the embedded player or pull up the transcript-both of which are below.
Gazzaley and I open today's installment discussing techniques that mad scientists like him can use to...
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