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Photosensitive Epilepsy and Video Games ENG 352-H02 By Andrew Polovsky Overview Topic Explanation Page before changes Improvements made/making References and Sources Before changes Section Improving 4 Sentences Total Improvements Branching to the Video Game Page

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photosensitive epilepsy and video games

Photosensitive Epilepsy and Video Games

ENG 352-H02

By Andrew Polovsky

overview
Overview
  • Topic Explanation
  • Page before changes
  • Improvements made/making
  • References and Sources
section improving
Section Improving

4 Sentences Total

improvements
Improvements
  • Branching to the Video Game Page
  • Examples of games that have been known to induce seizures
  • Sources and articles for further reading and general information
sources
Sources
  • Bureau, M., Hirsch, E., & Vigevano, F. (2004). Epilepsy and Video Games. Epilepsia, 45, 24-26. Retrieved April 12, 2009
  • Graf, W., Chatrian, G., S.T.., & T.A.. (1994). Video game-related seizures: A report on 10 patients and a review of the literature. Pediatrics, 93(4), 551-556. Retrieved April 12, 2009
conclusion
Conclusion
  • This ends the presentation
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