Video Game Brainwaves Used to Fight ADD

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Stanley Yang's company, Neurosky, has developed its own brain wave reading technology for playing video games. Laura Sydell, NPR hide caption

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Stanley Yang of Neurosky

Stanley Yang's company, Neurosky, has developed its own brain wave reading technology for playing video games.

Laura Sydell, NPR

Researchers studying Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) are lauding the development of video games that reward focus and concentration by using electrodes to monitor players' brainwaves. Many clinicians are embracing the technology as a useful treatment tool for young patients suffering from ADD.

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