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Submitted by -Mezzo- 766d ago | news

Who Actually Researches Games and Violence Says Proof that Media Influences Behavior Isn’t There

Kotaku - The flurry of private citizens and professional pundits opining about what role video games might have played in the awful Sandy Hook shootings probably isn't going to stop soon. And while commentary has been ranged from inflammatory to poignant, the central issue of whether games influence behavior is far from being a fact. Just listen to a guy who studies these connections. (Culture)

MariaHelFutura  +   766d ago
There are just too many outside effects to consider. Environment being number one.

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