The Gamer Generation by Jennifer Wagner

Some Final Thoughts

  • On average, many players are physically healthier, work harder, make better grades, earn higher salaries, and are more socially connected than those who play less or not at all.
  • Games don’t distract us from our real lives. They fill our real lives with positive emotions, positive activity, positive experiences, and positive strengths.
  • Games can be used to prepare employees, students and citizens for a world where systems are becoming ever more entwined. At the same time, games are uniquely able to motivate people to perform.
  • As much as she advocates the use of video games due to their benefits, Jennifer also subscribes to the motto: Everything in Moderation. No matter how great the benefits of anything, nobody should eat only one thing, drink only one thing or do only one activity all the time.
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