Violent video games leave teenagers 'morally immature', claims study

Spending hours playing violent video games stunts teenagers' emotional growth, a study has found.

It is thought that regular exposure to violence and lack of contact with the outside world makes it harder for them to tell right from wrong. They also struggle to trust other people, and see the world from their perspective.

Researchers from Brock University in Ontario found that those who spend more than three hours each day in front of the screen are particularly unlikely to have developed the ability to empathise.

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Bigpappy1713d ago

That's a lie! Where do they find these nerds to write pieces on cultures of other people they look down on because why they enjoy what they do?