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  1. Our knowledge about brain neuroplasticity has created studies such as the one talked about it the article by Bavelier and Green with video games in order to see if there are benefits in mental processes that occur while playing games. This research creates potential for future research to be done, including the possible benefit of video games in clinical settings to reduce attention deficit. Do you think that adding video games into a daily routine could really do more benefit than harm, as this article suggests? Especially when it comes to the increased distraction that video games bring?

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