A New Study Found There’s No Link Between Video Games And Aggression

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Oxford Internet Institute‘s new study claims that there is no link between time spent playing violent video games and increased aggressive behavior in teenagers.

But, researchers also found that games can provoke angry feelings or reactions, temporary. Which commonly showed as trash-talking or rage-quitting.

The study used representative sample of British 14 and 15-year olds and the same number of their careers, totalling 2,008 subjects.


RCPCH Stated There is Not Enough Evidence That Screen Time is Harmful

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Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) published report about screen time guidance, which stated that “There is not enough evidence to confirm that screen time is in itself harmful to child health at any age”.

Therefor it is “impossible to recommend age appropriate time limits”. Instead, they suggested parents to “approach screen time based on the child’s developmental age, the individual need and value the family place on positive activities”.

Read the full report here.