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Study: video games cause aggression

Study: video games cause aggression

Call this study "ammo for politicians," call it common sense, or call it bunk--either way, it's big news. A report before the American Psychological Association said 20 years of research shows that violent video games do increase aggression in kids--especially boys. Let the aggressive, potentially violent arguing begin.