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Are Video Game Players Better at Laparoscopic Surgical Tasks?

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NeuroPhysiology
During video game play,
there are substantial
increases in Dopamine
release in the striatum and
prefrontal cortex - areas
associated with eye-hand
coordination1
Dopaminergic
neurotransmission is also
involved in learning,
reinforcement of behavior,
and attention1
1. Donkelaar, Lee, Drew; Human Movement Science, 2002

 
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