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SHOOTING SKILLS: More video games for kids, argues VentureBeat's Scott Steinberg, who's aggregated research published in parenting magazines, the Office of Naval Research, professional medical and psychology journals, among others. Cited benefits range from oft-mentioned higher-thinking skills like problem-solving, collaboration and creativity, to very job-specific ones like laparoscopic surgery requiring ninja reflexes and pinpoint precision. (Tony is thrilled: See? There's magic to the repetitive madness of first-person shooters.)

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