Kids and Video Game Violence

January 2002
Mothering;Jan/Feb2002, Issue 110, p31
Focuses on the relationship between aggressive behavior and playing video games in the United States. Public-health threat posed by video games to children and youths; Lessons taught on violence; Percentage on the popularity of video games.


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