What happens to our attention when we play video games? The New York Times’ technology reporter Matt Richtel played a video game while stuffed inside a $US3 million M.R.I. scanning tube to find out.
While average blog readership is packed with the sort of hyper intelligent teenagers that have to be portrayed by 30-year-olds in TV dramas, many of the world’s teenagers are prone to doing stupid things for stupid reasons. New research explains why.