The chances are good that you have heard of mirror neurons. They were once thought to be the harbingers of a scientific revolution, and promised to “do for psychology what DNA did for biology” (according to the prominent neuroscientist V. S. Ramachandran in an Edge essay in 2000). But the revolution didn’t happen. In fact, […]
Children with motor coordination problems experience problems in controlling balance games, causing lower scores than their peers. Training with active video games enhances better anticipation and faster responses, which not only lead to better game scores but also transfer to other activities needed in gym classes or the schoolyard.