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A survey of US parents has found that they blame a culture of violence on exposure to violent media as much as poor gun control.
The NPD Group has found that the average hardcore gamer plays for 50 hours a week.
A criminal psychologist from Texas A&M International University, has said that at least 90 percent of all psychology studies are flawed.
According to the results of a French study, Nintendo's Brain Training game actually makes people worse at remembering things.
A new study has determined that, contrary to what Jack Thompson would have us believe, games and crime rates don't correlate.
A new study into violence in computer games has found that violent actions do not make games more appealing to players.
A new study released by the University of Oxford shows that simple videogames such as Tetris can be used to treat post-traumatic stress disorders.
A new study indicates that playing violent games can affect your heart rate long after you finish playing.
According to recent studies, in-game advertising isn't as big a deal as you might think and around 80 percent of gamers don't mind it.
A recent study into the statistics of multiplayer gaming has revealed an interesting trend - that the Red Team is always more likely to win.
A recent study in Stanford, California has revealed that male gamers pursue the hobby primarily out of a need to conquer.
Research has shown that users with bigger monitors are up to 52 percent more productive.
Casual games may get bad reviews from the hardcore press, but that doesn't stop them selling! Apparently casual gamers just don't care.
A new study from the University of Michigan reveals that exposure to violent media has a radical effect on behaviour.
A new study conducted by US analyst firm Nemertes Research is predicting that we will clog up the Internet tubes by the year 2010. Oh noes!
A new study by the Casual Games Association shows that men and women play equal amounts of casual games, but that men are ashamed to admit it.
A new study has shown that girls actually own more game consoles than boys, mainly thanks to the Wii which has supposedly shifted the target demographic of the industry.
An economic study done by ERS Group has found that Intel has extracted over £31 billion in monopoly profits in the past decade.
Research has shown that Google can correctly diagnose over 50% of medical cases correctly. Would you let Google diagnose your illness?
A new science study has proved that 50% of posts and emails are misunderstood for one reason or another. You must have read it wrong - ATI/Nvidia/Intel/AMD doesn't suck!
A new study suggests that first impressions really do count. Can you count to 50ms?
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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