Subject: Research Article | Television | RJ | Aggression | Behavioural and emotional difficulties | Psychiatry and Mental health | Child | Video games
Background: Mental health professionals are often asked to give advice about managing children’s aggression.\ud Good quality evidence on contributory environmental factors such as seeing aggression on television and in video\ud games is relatively lacking, although soci... View more
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