Game brain (ゲーム脳, Gēmu nō?) is a term coined by Akio Mori referring to the human brains affected by the long term effect of playing video games. He is a professor of Physical Education Humanities and Sciences division of Nihon University in Japan. His theory brought on active debates over its pros and cons.
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... by established neuroscientists and brain specialists, because he used unreliable measures and misinterpreted the fluctuation of beta waves ... Ryuta Kawashima later developed the game Brain Age Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day! ... Kawashima claimed that Game Brain was "superstition" ...
... The Atari Game Brain was an unreleased dedicated video game console by Atari ... Intended to be released in 1977, it would only have played 10 different games ... All of the planned games would have been ports of games from all of Atari's previously released dedicated consoles, such as Pong, Stunt Cycle, Video Pinball ...
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“What, girl, though grey
Do something mingle with our younger brown, yet ha we
A brain that nourishes our nerves, and can
Get goal for goal of youth.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“The family environment in which your children are growing up is different from that in which you grew up. The decisions our parents made and the strategies they used were developed in a different context from what we face today, even if the content of the problem is the same. It is a mistake to think that our own experience as children and adolescents will give us all we need to help our children. The rules of the game have changed.”
—Lawrence Kutner (20th century)