Video Games Make Children Dislike School

3rd November 2015

Oxford University Researchers have found that children who spend their evenings engrossed in video games are likely to do less well at school.

These children are less interested in lessons, more aggressive than their peers and more likely to be Hyperactive. Reasons given range from fast moving games eroding attention span, to addicted youngsters dodging homework.

The study published in the Journal : Psychology of Popular Media Culture, found video games may have some benefits if used in moderation.

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