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Study: Video Games Don’t Trigger Violence in Teens

While some data suggests that violent video games may encourage violent behavior among at-risk teens, a new study says that just isn’t true. Researchers from Stetson University found that for teens with attention disorders, playing videos games actually gave them a calming effect and helped reduce their aggression and bullying behavior. 

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