Game alert

5th May 2000 at 01:00
PLAYING violent video games does affect children's behaviour according to new research. Two American psychologists, Professor Karen Dill and Dr Craig Anderson suggest that young people who play violet games become more aggressive.

The report is based on two studies of around 200 students each. However, the British Psychological Society has said it is unconvinced by the findings.

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