Researchers at Griffin University (Australia) conducted a study to determine

Researchers at Griffin University (Australia) conducted a study to determine whether video game players have superior visual attention skills compared to non€“video game players. Two groups of male psychology students€”32 video game players (VGP group) and 28 non-players (NVGP group)€”were subjected to a series of visual attention tasks that included the attentional blink test. A test for the difference between two means yielded t = -.93 and p-value = .358. Consequently, the researchers reported that €œno statistically significant differences in the mean test performances of the two groups were found.€ Summary statistics for the comparison are provided in the table. Do you agree with the researcher€™s conclusion?

Researchers at Griffin University (Australia) conducted a study to determine