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Are Video Game Players Better at Laparoscopic Surgical Tasks?

 James C. Rosser Jr. MD, Paul J. Lynch MD, Laury A. Haskamp BS, Asaf Yalif MD, Douglas A. Gentile PhD
  8th-Dec-2011
Description: Video game sales in the US approached $10 billion and $20 billion worldwide in 2002, 94% of adolescents play video games for an average of 9 hours per week, Factors influencing the long Factors long--term effects of video games term games, Early Studies evaluated psycho motor skills, Hypotheses, Demographics.
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Domain: Medical
Category: Biotech/Pharma
Contributing Organization: Iowa State University
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Are Video Game Players Better at Laparoscopic Surgical Tasks?
James C. Rosser Jr. MD1, Paul J. Lynch MD1,2 Laury A. Haskamp BS3, Asaf Yalif MD1, Douglas A. Gentile PhD4,5, Liza Giammaria MD, MPH1
1. Beth Israel Medical Center, 2. NYU Medical Center, 3. Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 4. Iowa State University, 5. National Institute on Media and the Family

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