COGNITION AND VIDEOGAMES

Wu, S., & Spence I. (2013). Playing shooter or driving games. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 14, 92-104. Request copy

Wu, S., Cho, K.C., Feng, J., D'Angelo, L., Alain, C., & Spence, I. (2012). Playing a first-person Shooter video game induces neuroplastic change. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 24, 1286-1293. Request copy

Spence I., & Feng, J.(2010). Video games and spatial cognition. Review of General Psychology, 14, 92-104. PDF file (0.14 Mb)

Spence, I., Yu, J.J., Feng, J., & Marshman, J. (2009). Females match males when learning a spatial skill. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 35, 1097-1103. PDF file (0.14 Mb)

Feng, J., Spence, I., & Pratt, J. (2007). Playing an action video game reduces gender differences in spatial cognition. Psychological Science, 18, 850-855. PDF file (0.16 Mb)

Press

The Economist (08/09/2007)

The Toronto Star

Science Daily

Scientific American Mind

The Financial Express

ECOCN (Chinese translation of Economist article)

University of Toronto Bulletin (p. 5)

Faculty of Arts and Science News

Blogs

Gamespot

Gaming Today

Wired

Salon (Click Next and then Enter Salon)

Boing Boing Gadgets

Mixing Memory

Mindblog

Reddit

Shadowclan

Medical News Today

Zen of Design

Epistemic Games

The Group News Blog

Team Liquid

Next Generation

Yaba Yaba

Game Politics

Super Smart Games

Physorg

Digg

Del.icio.us

The Lay Judge

Alibash

Jezebel

Speeple

Illumio

Wetenschapsforum

 

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