Researchers create video game that monitors heart rate to keep children's anger in check

Researchers create video game that monitors heart rate to keep children's anger in check

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New Nintendo may have left its Vitality Sensor by the wayside, but researchers at Boston Children's Hospital are using heart rate monitoring in a video game to teach children with anger issues how to temper their emotions. Dubbed RAGE (Regulate and Gain Emotional) Control, the game tasks players with blasting...
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