Study: Children Exposed To Violent Video Games Retain Aggressive Behavior, Thoughts


CBS Detroit
April 14, 2014

Screen grab of Call of Duty®: Ghosts Devastation.

Screen grab from Call of Duty®: Ghosts Devastation.

A recent study by researchers at Iowa State University suggests kids who play violent video games will have more aggressive behavior and keep aggressive thoughts regardless of age, gender or parental involvement.

Pediatrician Dr. Kim Guiliano at the Cleveland Clinic Children’s Medical Center says parents are still the first line of defense:

“It helps if parents talk to their children and explain fantasy versus reality but young brains don’t often grasp the difference in the concepts , but really removing these things from a child’s exposure is the best thing to do,” said Guiliano.

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