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The Importance Of Video Game Avatars In Understanding The Video Game Player

Recently a good friend and I did a presentation at the Humanistic Society’s yearly conference.  We focused on the Video Gamer as a person and understanding them through a difference lens rather than what society normally does (e.g. anti-social, living … Continue reading

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The Effects of Media Violence Exposure On Criminal Aggression: A Meta-Analysis

There has been much talk about violent media and the effect on our children, or adults as some would say.  While our senators and governors play around on capital hill with accusations that are usually biased as hell (from both … Continue reading

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Video Games and Culture Today

As of late, video games and the effect they have on our psyche and well-being has been a fiery issue.  There has been a lot of research in the past few decades that has suggested video games are the cause … Continue reading

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Video Game and Aggression Associations/Links So a good friend sent me this article a few days ago and when I saw it was a great feeling.  I’ll give a brief synopsis of the paper and if you would like to read it … Continue reading

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Good News For Video Games and Kids!

Link: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/marjorie-hansen-shaevitz/video-games-good-kids_b_1974015.html Here is a link to another blogger;s post that I found today.  It deals with Jane McGonigal and her view on the video games.  For all of the people who do not know who she is, you probably should … Continue reading

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