When Your Hair Is Like a Game of Tetris

article A new study shows that the popularity of board games and video games can influence people’s attitudes towards hair and styling.The study, which has been published in the Journal of Applied Social Psychology, found that people who play video games on a regular basis are more likely to want to trim and style their…

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article A new study shows that the popularity of board games and video games can influence people’s attitudes towards hair and styling.

The study, which has been published in the Journal of Applied Social Psychology, found that people who play video games on a regular basis are more likely to want to trim and style their hair than those who play board games.

The researchers used data from a randomised control trial that was run from 2009 to 2013 and asked participants to complete an online questionnaire about their hair habits and grooming habits.

They found that video game playing was a significant predictor of the desire to trim or style their facial hair, but it did not seem to affect the desire for hair-shaping by women or men.

“The question of whether video game players are grooming their facial features or grooming their hair has not been addressed,” Dr Daniela Dittmar from the University of Sydney said.

“Our findings show that this could be due to the similarity of the gameplay, rather than the actual experience of playing a game.”

It’s not the game itself that’s the problem.

The players themselves may be changing their behavior in response to these behaviors.

“She added that the study showed that video games may play a key role in shaping attitudes towards facial hair.”

Games are a medium that allows us to express emotions and interact with others, but also they’re a medium in which players can also create their own character and interact directly with others,” Dr Dittmars said.

The findings could have a wider impact on hair-care and grooming, the researchers said.

Dr Dittmer said the results could be particularly relevant to people who are looking for a “healthy” alternative to traditional hairstyles.”

People who like to play games may be less interested in grooming, but they also may be more interested in exploring their own hair choices,” she said.”[Video game players] are often the ones who are really active in their hair and are interested in how they look.

“The researchers hope that the findings will help people take a more holistic approach to hair and hair-dressing, which could in turn lead to more successful haircuts and styling techniques.