Brain differences in avid players of violent video games suggest they are “callous, cool and in control”

Video games do not enjoy the best of reputations. Violent games in particular have been linked with aggression, antisocial behaviour and alienation among teens. For example, one study found that playing a mere 10 minutes of a violent video game was enough to reduce helping behaviour in participants.

Read more: https://digest.bps.org.uk/2018/01/04/brain-differences-in-avid-players-of-violent-video-games-suggest-they-are-callous-cool-and-in-control/

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