A long-standing concern among parents and researchers has been that young people who are exposed to violent video games may become desensitized to violent acts and images, but a new study suggests that may not be the case. WEDNESDAY, Feb. 23 (HealthDay News)
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A new study suggests a dose-response relationship among playing violent video games and aggressive and hostile behavior, with negative effects accumulating over time. Psychologists have confirmed that playing violent video games is linked to aggressive and callous behaviour. A review of almost a decade of studies found that exposure to violent video games was a A 2011 study by the Center for European Economic Research found that although promote aggressive behavior, they could actually reduce crime. Researchers suggest that children who spend more time playing Violent Video Games May Not WEDNESDAY, March 8, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Young men who play the most -- at least two hours a day -- don't appear to become desensitized to violence or to lose the Tags: violent, video, games, desensitize, Do Make Kids More ? Research explains they not be as destructive as we think. Posted Jul 17, 2018 Everyday, young men across the world are spending hours killing, maiming, and engaging in all manner of anti-social behavior—virtually. The Xbox was a source of many of Nikolas Cruz’s frequent outbursts at home. Some wonder the led him to massacre 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.