sciencedaily.com wrote:Tetris may work by competing for the brain’s resources for sensory information. We suggest it specifically interferes with the way sensory memories are laid down in the period after trauma and thus reduces the number of flashbacks that are experienced afterwards.
And I found this while browsing Google Trends. (Full article)
I will make sure to play Tetris the next time I witness a horiffic car crash or murder scene. However that being said, Tetris has been known to cause some traumas of its own.
"Give me a line piece. GIVE ME A FREAKING LINE PIECE!"