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Not Matter Aggressive Video Games Effect on Human Behavior

2 days ago I read a very interesting journal by:
Anderson, Craig A., Dill, Karen E., which I'll like to share with you....

It stated like this that they did two studies and observed that the brutal video game effects on destruction-related variables in humans, psychologically.
Study 1 found:

  • That real-life violent video game play was positively related to destructive behavior and law-breaking.
  • The relation was stronger for men and for individuals who are characteristically aggressive.
  • Educational accomplishment was negatively related to general quantity of time spent playing video games.

In Study 2 they found that:

  • Laboratory exposure to a graphically violent video game increased aggressive thoughts and behavior.

  1. In both studies, men had a more hostile view of the world than did women.
  2. The results from both studies are consistent with the General Affective Aggression Model, which predicts that exposure to violent video games will increase aggressive behavior in both the short term (e.g., laboratory aggression) and the long term (e.g., delinquency).
So what do you people think about it ......


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