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Violent Video Games Increase Aggression in Kids

 Craig Anderson, who has spent his life studying the affects of violent video game play on youth behavior is confident through his study published in Psychological Bulletin, an American Psychological Association journal that kids who are exposed to violent video games reveal increased aggressive thoughts and behavior resulting in antisocial traits.A study led by Craig Anderson, Professor of Psychology at Iowa State University establishes: "analyzing 130 research reports on more than 130,000 subjects worldwide, proves conclusively that exposure to violent video games makes more aggressive, less caring kids -- regardless of their age, sex or culture.The research used meta-analytical Read the Full Blog Post...