A new study finds playing video games could actually help a child's development — with a couple caveats.
The study on kids from 10 to 15 was published in the journal Pediatrics by a behavioral scientist at the University of Oxford. It found "low levels of regular daily play related to better psychosocial adjustment, compared with no play."
"Low levels" was defined as less than one hour, and the link between the video game playing and the benefits, although statistically substantial, was small.
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