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Video and Computer Games and the Internet; Violence in the Media, Attraction To; Violence in the Media, History of Research On.

Bibliography

Bushman, Brad J., and Huesmann, L. Rowell. (2000). "Effects of Televised Violence on Aggression." In Handbook of Children and the Media, eds. Dorothy G. Singer and Jerome L. Singer. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Geen, Russell G., and Bushman, Brad J. (1997). "Behavioral Effects of Observing Violence." In Encyclopedia of Human Biology, Vol. 1, ed. Renato Dulbecco. New York: Academic Press.

Smith, S. L., and Donnerstein, Edward. (1998). "Harmful Effects of Exposure to Media Violence: Learning of Aggression, Emotional Desensitization, and Fear." In Human Aggression: Theories, Research, and Implications for Policy, eds. Russell G. Geen and Edward Donnerstein. New York: Academic Press.

Tavris, Carol. (1988). "Beyond Cartoon Killings: Comments on Two Overlooked Effects of Television." In Television as a Social Issue, ed. Stuart Oskamp. Newbury Park, CA...

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