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01 June 2011

Violent video games trigger aggression

Violent video games trigger aggression among those who play them, according to a new University of Missouri study.

Violent video games trigger aggression among those who play them, according to a new University of Missouri study.

Although other studies have linked gamers' desensitisation to violence with increased aggression, the study is the first to demonstrate cause-and-effect, the researchers said.

 
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