Video games have been a point of contention for a while. They have been blamed for everything from shootings to aggression in teens in school, and anti-social behavior. We have been told in the news media all the time that this is the case - and every time there is another tragedy involving a gun we almost always hear about what type of video games the shooter played and how video games lead to this. That being said - what does the science say? Is it settled? And ultimately, who is responsible for the action someone takes? Are there any other things which the games may do which are cause for concern? Are there any benefits?
We talk about all of this and more.
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