TV exposure associated with aggressive behaviour in very young

December 2009
Community Practitioner;Dec2009, Vol. 82 Issue 12, p38
Academic Journal
The article presents an analysis about the associations between aggressive behaviour among American three-year-old children and exposure to television (TV). The analysis showed that childhood aggression was associated with direct exposure and household use of TV. The study concluded that the important predictor of negative childhood outcomes was the additional 5.2 hours of household TV use per day among children.


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