Monthly Archives: January 2014

Could Your Next Job Interview Include Playing a Video Game? New York Time is reporting an increase in the number of companies using video games to screen potential employees for their creativity, problem solving ability, multitasking ability, and more. Does … Continue reading

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A highschool in Norway is using Telltale’s acclaimed “The Walking Dead”  series to teach their students about ethics. Will these kids learn actual ethical insight, or will they only learn that Zombies = bad news? The school was brought to … Continue reading

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Can Playing Video Games Cause Hallucinations? A Recent study out of Nottingham Trent University, and reported on by Gamespot, claims that playing video games for may cause hallucinations. Should we be worried, or should we just forget about it and … Continue reading

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Do We Cheat in Video Games Because We Assume Everyone Else Is? We’re back in 2014, with an article that looks into a study conducted by a research team coming out of Singapore. This specific study looks into why we … Continue reading

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