This study examined the possible impact of video game activity on cognition and long-term memorization through recall and visualization in dreams. Recollections of dreams after gameplay is a relevant act of sustained cognition and memory forming. The results of this study indicate that interfacing with video games allowed the players to evoke vivid and coherent memories of the game play which are manifested within their dreams. A new paradigm of bio-virtualization is discussed as an emerging quality of video game playing and players’ ability to circumvent hardware and software interfacing.



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