Thursday September 15, 2011

Don't Study The Video Game, Study The Player

I know this article claims to be a study about video games but, once you read it, I'm sure you will agree that it is actually a study in common sense. wink

"It appears that competition in games is what may influence aggression, not the violent content," says lead author Paul Adachi, whose study was conducted at Brock University in St. Catharines, Ontario. "We found آ— irrespective of violent content آ— the two highly competitive games produced more aggressive behavior than the two less competitive games."