"Portal 2 kicks Lumosity’s ass." That’s what Val Shute, a researcher at Florida State University, told Popular Science about the results of her study comparing the cognitive benefits of the popular game published by Valve in 2011 and the highly touted brain-training software.
Shute’s study split people into two groups. One played Portal 2 for eight hours. The other played Lumosity for eight hours. After the allotted time, each group took cognitive skill tests. The Portal 2 group scored higher across the board: Lumosity players didn’t outperform Portal 2 players in any one of the tests.
Who knew booze up the hooha could feel weird?
NEW VIRUS FOUND!!
Someone submitted a link but it’s actually a virus. I clicked it because I thought it was something Photoshop related as it was submitted to YeahPs. It sent me to a page saying:
WHAT EVER YOU DO DON’T CLICK IT OR LOG IN BECAUSE IT DELETES YOUR BLOG! MY FRIEND OPENED IT AND LOGGED BACK IN!
The person who is spreading this is someone called ”lastinganime”.
REBLOG THIS AND SPREAD AWARENESS!
Time to spread this like A. BUCKIN’. WILDFIRE!!!
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