videogames and learning

videogames and learning

videogames and learning

The brain is a plastic organ. It changes spontaneously and adapts to its environment generating new connections between the billions of neurons that make it up. Roberto Colom, Professor of Psychology at the Autonoma University of Madrid, and María Ángeles Quiroga, Professor of Psychology at the Complutense University of Madrid, have carried out a pioneering study to understand how these changes occur after solving the puzzles of the Series of Nintendo videogames Professor Layton.

Video of the program realized by the team of Grupo Punset Producciones in which Roberto Colom and María Ángeles Quiroga talk with Eduard Punset about the effects that they have observed in the brain of the participants in their investigations after solving the problems of Professor Layton.

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