An electrophysiological study of the effects of visuospatial training on mental rotation, object identification, and enumeration performance.

Lucia, Lisa.


  • Abstract: Video game naïve participants were trained on a first-person shooter action video game (AVG) for 30 hours or received no training, then were tested on three visuospatial tasks while electroencephalography was recorded. Accuracy was significantly better in AVG-trained than non-trained participants for naming objects rotated in-depth and enumerating 2-4 targets (i.e., subitizing). Major gr... read more
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