Violent Video Games Can Encourage Aggression
While many rolled their eyes when the National Rifle Association tried to blame Mortal Kombat for the Sandy Hook Massacre, a new study has found that violent video games can encourage young people to be more aggressive. Researchers from Ohio State University found that college students who played violent video games for three days in a row were more aggressive than those who played nonviolent video games.
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