Of course with these benefits there are also proven downfalls. After just a week of electronic gameplay, depressing brain function activity can result among regions associated with emotional control. But good or bad, the gaming industry deserves attention, with computer gaming alone being a $25 billion a year entertainment business. Studies will continue to expose the benefits and downsides of gaming, especially as scientists turn the commercial games themselves into laboratories of learning.
For more interesting insights on the topic, you can read the whole article online at the Wall Street Journal. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203458604577263273943183932.html?KEYWORDS=When+gaming+is+good+for+you