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  • Lets go play some video games at my house
  • Hey whats going on dude
  • Not much just tierd from running
  • ok lets run ill beat you there.
  • Ok lets go.
  • we are here 
  • yo I cant wait in till I rek you at that video game
  • hey you in the dark blue shirt this is a proven fact that video games do not rot your brain can I walk with you guys?
  • my dad says video games will rot your brain. ya sure you can walk with us.
  • My opinion is for video games i've been playing video games since I was 5 and i'm very smart in school B and C student and most of my friends don't even know what all of the things that video games can help you with all of the skills for math and science.
  • there is a fact about video games that they will not rot your brain it makes you have more skskills for math and science.
  • ya I heard that from most of my friends its true.
  • I think she is saying is that video games are not bad but two much video games are bad for your brain because of sleep can Cause you to die.se not getting a lot
  • So now I can play my videos more often!!!!
  • Here is the web sited were i found it Jaeger, Kyle. "Here's the Science on Whether Video Games Rot Your Brain." ATTN:. ATTN:, 24 July 2015. Web. 02 May 2017.
  • SURE!!!
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  • want to here more about what video games can do to your brain?
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  • Good news if you're a gamer. Contrary to what your parents might have told you, video games will not rot your brain. Quite the opposite, in fact, as researchers at Radboud University in the Netherlands determined. Their study, published by the American  Psychological Association last year, found that playing video games—yes, even the violent ones—can help young gamers develop learning, health, and social skills.
  • Here is some more facts about video games and the brain. 1. They can be used to help set goals and rehearse working toward them.. right prefrontal cortex and the cerebellum — areas of the brain responsible for spatial navigation, memory formation, strategic planning and fine motor skills in the hands.
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