Posted September 09, 2018 07:19:17A number of fans and experts have suggested that Emperor Mind games (also known as mind games) could be an excellent way to learn new skills in life.
According to one study, the odds of becoming a better teacher are about 3:1.
This study found that there was a statistically significant increase in the likelihood of becoming good at one or more mental skills in people who played a game of Emperor Mind.
The study’s lead author, David Zolotowska, told the BBC that the results were statistically significant but there was no way of knowing whether this was due to random chance or due to some sort of special skill.
He explained that, while the researchers didn’t know for sure how the results might be affected by a person’s age, the number of years a person had spent playing the game could have an effect on how good they are at it.
Zolotowski said: “We can’t tell whether the results are attributable to age, how many years a teacher has been playing the Emperor Mind, or whether the effect was specific to that person, but the fact that it’s statistically significant means we can make some assumptions about how to interpret the results.”
We can say that it might be an effect that has an effect over time and over different age groups, but I’m not sure it would be a general effect.
“However, he stressed that the researchers weren’t sure if the effect had an effect at all.
The BBC reported that the study’s results may not be relevant to all people, and that a better study would need to be conducted.
Zalasz said that, to his knowledge, the research was the first to demonstrate a statistically-significant effect of playing the video game Emperor Mind on students’ learning skills.
He said: “[It] seems to show that the learning is improved and the learning outcomes seem to be improved in the context of the game.”
He added that, although he couldn’t say for certain how long the study lasted, it was “a significant and statistically significant result”.