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Teenage gamers are better at virtual surgery than MDs

Popular Science, November 16, 2012

Continuing coverage: Scientists from UTMB had a hunch that students with a regular videogame diet (high school sophomores who played two hours of games a day and college students who played four) would be primed for virtual surgery tools. They were right. The news continues to receive widespread international coverage, appearing in the Huffington Post, Wired, Numerama magazine and the French Tribune

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