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Study by Villanova, Rutgers professors shows video games may actually reduce ...
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Villanova Associate Psychology Professor Patrick M. Markey, along with his wife, Charlotte N. Markey, a Rutgers University associate professor, conducted a study that shows violent video games (VVGs) do not incite violence, unless a person has certain ...

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Villanova prof's study: Video games may reduce violence
The Delaware County Daily Times
These are just a few of the violent video games played by countless people. And, whenever a school shooting occurs, pundits tend to pin the blame on violent video games as a precursor. But that cause and effect judgment appears to be wrong, at least ...

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