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The Preponderance of the Available Evidence Indicates Violence in video games leads to aggression
By: NickAdams, on 12 Jan 2016

The Preponderance of the Available Evidence indicates Violence in video games leads to aggression.


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Studies of long-term exposure to violent and non-violent games find violent content predicts aggression

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The Preponderance of the Available Evidence Indicates Violence in video games leads to aggression

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More than 200 academics have signed an open letter criticising controversial new research suggesting a link between violent video games and

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I Modified The Topic and The studies are presented as all the citations you will find on the right in full topic mode

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How reliable are the studies?

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How reliable are the studies?

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Studies of short-term exposure to violent and non-violent games find violent content predicts aggression

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Comparison controls for confounding factors such as competition

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Comparison does not control for factors

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Survey results at multiple points in time

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Longitudinal Effects of Violent Video Games on Aggression in Japan and the United States

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Decreased physiological arousal towards non-video game depictions of violence

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Carnagey et al. The effect of video game violence on physiological desensitization to real-life violence

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Behavior

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Decreased amplitude of brain response to violent images

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Bösche, Wolfgang. Violent Video Games Prime Both Aggressive and Positive Cognitions

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