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Asya Kazantseva, Lecture: "Why we like computer games?" We evolved as creatures capable of experiencing pleasure and inclined to look for pleasant experiences.
the Millions of years it was useful for survival, but in modern civilization the pleasure become too simple and accessible, and we pay for it, for example, sleepless nights spent for computer games.
How are these developers exploiting features of our brain, and whether to abandon games at all, or you can convert them to the benefit of themselves and society?
ASYA KAZANTSEVA, biologist, science journalist, winner of the "Enlightener-2014" for the book "Who would have thought! How the brain makes us do stupid things".
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