"The hand that holds the clicker": Youthful exposure to TV violence reaches to adulthood

Burke, Michael G.
May 2003
Contemporary Pediatrics;May2003, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p21
Presents the results of a study that evaluated the link between viewing violence on television (TV) and childhood aggression among children growing up in Chicago, Illinois. TV-viewing variables in childhood significantly predictive of adult aggression; Scores in any of the variables more likely to engage in aggressive or violent behavior as young adults.


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