Long playing adult videos
Playing video games has become a popular activity for people of all ages. Video gaming is a multibillion-dollar industry bringing in more money than movies and DVDs. On average, girls spend more than an hour per day playing video games and boys spend more than two hours. Teens often spend even more time than younger children.
Daily dose of violent video games has no long-term effect on adult aggression, researchers find
Video Games and Children: Playing with Violence
In a study of people between the ages of 19—90 living in the Seattle-Tacoma area, Yet, what was illuminating for researchers led by James B. Weaver from the National Center for Health Marketing at the Centers for Disease Control, was the strong correlation between regular gaming and internet use, and increased risk for depression, higher body mass index BMI , and other negative physical and mental health issues. Overall there were more male than female video game devotees The factors driving those negative physical and mental health outcomes may have to do with the real world activities gamers forgo in order to spend more time in the virtual world. In an accompanying editorial, Dr.
Playing too many video games may be bad for you too, grown ups
Playing violent action adventure games for prolonged periods does not make adults more aggressive say researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Human Development and the University Clinic Hamburg-Eppendorf in Germany. The research is published in the Springer Nature journal Molecular Psychiatry. Previous experimental studies have shown that a few minutes' worth of violent video game play can influence a person's levels of aggression and willingness to help others. There is however reason to believe that these effects were mostly the results of exposure to specific stimuli and subsequent priming that formed part of these studies. The current research breaks new ground because it is the first study to investigate the effects of long-term violent video game play.
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