Tuesday, February 26, 2013

like screens that pass in the night

Studies are accruing that indicate television viewing as a sure path to criminal behavior.

There is just too much growing evidence.

A clinical trial published online in the US journal of Pediatrics found that the risk of having a criminal conviction by early adulthood increased by about 30% with every hour that children spent watching TV on an average weeknight.

Another study at the University of Michigan discovered that men and women who watched violent television as kids are more likely to have antisocial personality traits in adulthood, leading to increased criminal behavior.


Okay. So why not video games?

Is an active gaming engagement less harmful 
than a passive TV observance?

I don’t get it.

Do you?

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