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In a recent study by Montréal University, it was observed that people with continuous action games increased the probability of various brain diseases from depression to schizophrenia, PTSD (posttraumatic stress disorder) to Alzheimer's. Molecular Psychiatry published in the journal, the University of Montreal, Department of Psychology Asst. Assoc. Dr. Greg West; The hippocampus, one of the most important parts of the brain in action game addicts, was shown to contain less gray matter. Di Although computer games have previously been shown to benefit cognitive systems in the brain, they were primarily associated with visual attention and short-term memory. However, there is evidence of behavioral impact on the hippocampus in the creek, beraber says Dr. Assoc. Dr. Véronique Bohbot.
For this reason, action scans were screened and the effects were examined and fewer gray matter was found in the hippocampus of game addicts.
Spatial and Episodic Memory The hippocampus is the part of the brain that serves to recall the spatial orientation and past experiences. For example, as taxi drivers constantly need location information, hippocampi are more developed. The more gray matter is found in the hippocampus, the more healthy the brain structure will have. However, another important part of the brain is the balance of the hippocampus called the striatum. This region is also known as caudate nucleus and works similar to the autopilot and reward system. I'm going to work, and when we're going to eat, we're going to plan things like a drink.

In addition, the caudate nucleus helps us remember things like shaping habits and cycling. During the game, the caudate nucleus was more stimulated than the hippocampus. In 85% of the players, the navigation part of the brain was observed. Here the hippocampus is losing more cells and atrophy when the caudate nucleus is used more. Although cognitive contributes to the development of short-term memory, it may cause gray matter reduction. Call of Duty and Super Mario Parkinson's, dementia, Alzheimer's, schizophrenia, depression or PTSD diseases such as the hippocampus is known to have less gray matter. 51 early 46 female subjects were used for the study. A total of 90 hours of gameplay experience was evaluated in Call of Duty, Killzone and Borderlands 2, Super Mario games. Spatial learners (those using the hippocampus) were identified with a different action game against reactive learners. Reactive students ignored the signs and moved to the right and left from the series he memorized. However, when learning strategies were determined, the participants started their action and 3d games. Although 90-hour play in reactionary learners resulted in hippocampal atropia, the amount of gray matter increased in all participants. The researchers found that positional strategies increased the hippocampal gray matter and thus the negative effects of the games. Negative effects can be reduced if games that promote spatial learning are made.
Reference: G L West et al. Impact of video game on the hippocampus, Molecular Psychiatry (2017). DOI: 10.1038 / mp.2017.155 Molecular Psychiatry

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