Switching, lapsing and gaming

nintendo_64_controller.jpgThere’s been a series of particularly good articles over at cognitive science blog Developing Intelligence recently – analysing everything from the cognitive neuroscience of task switching to evidence that video games might improve brain function.

Another particularly helpful article has been a comprehensive round-up of commentary on Paul Bloom’s article for Seed Magazine that argued that data from fMRI experiments are given undue weight and attention by both scientists and the media alike.

Link to Developing Intelligence.

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