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A cikk a modern technológia kognitív képességekre gyakorolt rövid és hosszú távú hatását vizsgálja. Elsőként a különböző video- és fejlesztő játékok kognitív funkciókra gyakorolt hatását tekintjük át, kiemelve az ezzel kapcsolatos vizsgálatok módszertani nehézségeit. Ezt követően a technológia munkamemóriára gyakorolt hatását vizsgáljuk meg, a közeli és távoli transzferhatásokra összpontosítva. Végül a Flynn-hatás (az IQ-tesztek átlagos eredményében tapasztalt folyamatos növekedés) okait tekintjük át, azt vizsgálva, hogy milyen szerepe lehet a modern technológiának a jelenségben. Az áttekintett kutatások eredményei alapján azt láthatjuk, hogy bár a kognitív fejlesztő játékok és a munkamemóriatréningek fejleszthetnek szűkebb, főként játékspecifikus készségeket, egészséges felnőttek esetében a transzferhatás – és különösen a munkamemória-tréningek esetében a fluid intelligenciára gyakorolt hatás – további alátámasztást igényel. Ugyanakkor az IKT-eszközök és az internet használata átalakíthatja a reprezentációk természetét és az információfeldolgozást.

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