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2015-02-21 14:21:05

Formula E, the racing series that exclusively features electric vehicles, has added an additional race to its inaugural season, which will now conclude on June 28 in London’s Battersea Park.

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2015-02-20 09:57:45

British psychologist Dr. Graham Davey suggests that this violent media exposure, when combined with our natural negativity bias, may have severe and long-lasting psychological effects, such as contributing to the development of anxiety, stress, depression, and even post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

2014-05-07 09:36:52

Research has demonstrated a link between screen violence and real-world aggression, both in traditional media like violent movies and in newer media including first-person shooter games.

2014-04-01 14:12:31

Parents may not always see it, but efforts to limit their children’s screen time can make a difference.

2013-08-05 08:04:09

A person playing a first-person shooter video game like Halo or Unreal Tournament must make decisions quickly.

2012-08-21 22:29:35

Children exposed to ethnic and political violence in the Middle East are more aggressive than other children.

What Makes A Drunk Become Aggressive?
2011-12-20 04:10:33

Drinking enough alcohol to become intoxicated increases aggression significantly in people who have one particular personality trait, according to new research.

2011-05-25 22:07:26

Scientists have known for years that playing violent video games causes players to become more aggressive.

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2011-04-21 11:47:26

How much scientific evidence is there for and against the assertion that exposure to video game violence can harm teens?

2010-12-14 23:57:45

How depressed young people are strongly predicts how aggressive and violent they may be or may become.


Word of the Day
deuteragonist
  • A person in a secondary role, specifically the second most important character (after the protagonist).
The word 'deuteragonist' comes from a Greek word meaning 'an actor of second-class parts'.
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