Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Patterns: A Video Game, an M.R.I. and What Men’s Brains Do - New York Times

Somehow this doesn't strike me as surprising...

Why does it often seem that men enjoy playing video games more than women? Perhaps because they do.

A new study finds that when men play the games, a part of the brain involved in feelings of reward and addiction becomes much more activated than it does in women.

Patterns: A Video Game, an M.R.I. and What Men’s Brains Do - New York Times

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