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'Electronic media causing obesity and poor marks' - Arab News

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'Electronic media causing obesity and poor marks' Arab News Children spending too much time on the Internet, watching television, playing video games and messaging each other have a greater tendency to become obese, perform poorly at school and...
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Science is clear, violent video games cause aggression - Deseret News

Science is clear, violent video games cause aggression - Deseret News | How do violent video games affect kids ? | Scoop.it
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Science is clear, violent video games cause aggression
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There is little margin of error, and the findings are so statistically significant that there is no question that violent video games affect behavior.” ...
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Brittany Fuller's curator insight, March 26, 2014 2:17 PM

Violent video games, this article suggests, discourage compassion and understanding in humans. Some studies shown say those who play violent video games are more likely to push their spouses and act more aggressive. "Other studies showed violent video game players to be slower to help someone injured in a staged fight in a room next door," the article claims. This article is interesting because it claims that violent video games do cause aggression, but one must consider the group and numbers studies in comparison to the population as a whole.

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Violent video games leave teenagers 'morally immature', claims study - Daily Mail

Violent video games leave teenagers 'morally immature', claims study - Daily Mail | How do violent video games affect kids ? | Scoop.it
Daily Mail Violent video games leave teenagers 'morally immature', claims study Daily Mail Yet they produced even more when they were losing - an effect seen in pathological gamblers - which is thought to be what prevents them from stopping when...
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