Not sure whether this question would fall under philosophy or psychology (both

Not sure whether this question would fall under philosophy or psychology (both

Not sure whether this question would fall under philosophy or psychology (both perhaps) but I was always curious why it is that children love video games but hate homework. Cognitively they are pretty much the same. They challenge the child to think critically to solve a problem, and provide a sense of reward when completed, so why is one cherished while the other despised?

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