Teen aggression video games
Image credit: Shutterstock. Researchers at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, have found no relationship between aggressive behaviour in teenagers and the amount of time spent playing violent video games. The study used nationally representative data from British teens and their parents alongside official E. The findings were published in Royal Society Open Science. The study is one of the most definitive to date, using a combination of subjective and objective data to measure teen aggression and violence in games.
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New Research Finds No Link Between Violent Video Games and Aggressive Behaviour
'No link' between violent video games and teenage aggression, study claims - ITV News
Methods: A total of male and female teenage students were randomly selected from secondary schools of Tehran, the Capital of Iran. Descriptive statistics, Contingency coefficient and chi-squared tests were used for data analysis. Results: According to the results, almost all the teenagers were interested in video games and Female students whose mothers were older used video games more often than teenagers whose mothers were younger. Also, male students, whose mothers were housewives and had handheld devices in their rooms, were observed to spend more time playing games.
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Children's violent video game play associated with increased physical aggressive behavior
Violent video game play by adolescents is associated with increases in physical aggression over time, according to a Dartmouth meta-analysis published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences PNAS. Although most researchers on the subject agree that playing violent video games appears to increase physical aggression, a vocal minority continues to dispute this. To examine issues raised by the counterclaims on this topic, Dartmouth researchers conducted a meta-analysis of 24 studies from around the world from to with over 17, participants, ages nine to 19 years-old. The studies all examined how violent video game play affected changes in real-world physical aggression over time, ranging from three months to four years.
So far research does indicate that parents should be cautious about what games and other media their teens are exposed to and should watch for concerning signs of violence in teen gamers. What researchers do not yet know is how much of an impact it has and what the long term impacts of video games on teen violence will be. Some say that this is evidence that violent games do not cause teen violence.
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