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The Effects of Violent Video Games on Behavior

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Violent video games linked to child aggression

About 90 percent of U.S. kids ages 8 to 16 play video games, and they spend about 13 hours a week doing so (more if you're a boy). Now a new study suggests virtual violence in these games may make...
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Video Games: A Cause of Violence and Aggression | Serendip's Exchange

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Can A Video Game Lead To Murder? - CBS News

Can A Video Game Lead To Murder? - CBS News | Video Games - Violence | Scoop.it
60 Minutes on CBS News: Can A Video Game Lead To Murder? - Did 'Grand Theft Auto' Cause One Teenager To Kill?
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Children and Video Games: Playing with Violence | American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

Children and Video Games: Playing with Violence | American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry | Video Games - Violence | Scoop.it
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Does game violence make teens aggressive?

Does game violence make teens aggressive? | Video Games - Violence | Scoop.it
Can video games make kids more violent? A new study employing state-of-the-art brain-scanning technology says that the answer may be yes.
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Violent video games reduce brain response to violence and increase aggressive behavior, study suggests

Violent video games reduce brain response to violence and increase aggressive behavior, study suggests | Video Games - Violence | Scoop.it
Scientists have known for years that playing violent video games causes players to become more aggressive.
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The Effects of Violent Video Games on Behavior

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Video game violence at E3: Too much, yet still not enough

Video game violence at E3: Too much, yet still not enough | Video Games - Violence | Scoop.it
Microsoft and Sony packed their E3 press conferences with fountains of blood and shotgun blasts to the head. Maybe that's what it takes to sell games -- but sales figures say it's not working. Read this blog post by Molly Wood on Molly Rants.
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Violent Video Games: Myths, Facts, and Unanswered Questions

Violent Video Games: Myths, Facts, and Unanswered Questions | Video Games - Violence | Scoop.it
Exposure to violent visual media leads to increased aggression in short-term scientific studies. Methodologically sound experiments have shown empirical evidence that violent video game contributes to aggressive behavior.
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Violent video game targets feminist blogger | The Raw Story

Violent video game targets feminist blogger | The Raw Story | Video Games - Violence | Scoop.it
The game's creator, a 25-year-old Canadian man named Ben Spurr, defended his efforts to gaming news site Gameranx.com, saying “In a movies [sic], novels, television, and video games, no one is actually being physically ...
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