I think that violence in games likely does have an effect on those prone to violence, but TV and film have video games whipped by a mile when it comes to violent content so why bark up my shrub while you live in a sequoya!!! Keep up the thinking Ray! You teacher's pet you!! Actually she did mark me to death, just the marks are all on my hard copy.
Posted 07 December - Dear Notch, Today I battered a fish to death. I put this display of needless violence down to my exposure to the bullying and aggression of Zombie gangs in Minecraft.
PS A fair paper Ray, but why did you not include a reference to my outstanding research document? Read the 60Gig FAQ! Nice argument, Ray, I agree. Congrats on your content getting an A. Also, Marko, I agree with what renic said. Are you trying to give our secrets to the enemy??
Ray your paper should have never received an 'A' there was one critical flaw, in your into you use Call of Duty: Black Ops as a 'current' game, it was released four Call of Duty games ago. Your paper is thusly flawed from there on out. I kid, it was a great read. It also nice reading this from a perspective that isn't say, under 25? It shows that the world is coming around, although I'm not sure what person that plays Minecraft would have a different opinion?
Posted 08 December - Also it was cool to see the types of studies done around this subject, especially desensitization study. The correlation between those two items are completely ridiculous. And what are they trying to prove? Seems like a lot of reaching on their part.
Ps I didn't read the article so it may explain more, but seems like the correlations don't add up. Posted 03 January - I personaly dont believe, that violent games, or any emotion from gmes can influence normal healthy human beign to act violently, or act negative. But i believe, that ones nature reflects in the game world. And nice essay I must say.
Inteligent and quite pleasing. Using facts and stating obvious to get to the point. Posted 06 January - I'm busy working on getting accepted for a PhD after this baby is born yup, I'm mad lol, 2 kids and a Phd Community Forum Software by IP.
I ended up reading a lot about the subject, different views and studies done on it. This was a good read, yet another compilation of ideas. Thanks for sharing it with us. It's very true about some of the older generation not understanding why kids or anyone for that matter plays video games. I've been there many a time when my father in law and his cousin see a game advert come on the TV. I'm thinking "that looks like a good game! When I was doing some research on this topic, I found a study that I thought just plain silly.
They got some teens together, and separated them into groups: The violent groups played GTA, and the non-violent played some racing game during the study. Afterwards, they had the kids draw just one raffle ticket from an envelope while not being observed.
On average, the violent video game players ate more, and cheated more than the non-violent ones. My problem with it is that first of all, they used less than participants, from what I understand, not enough to average-out the possible other causes, like a higher tendancy to not hold back when eating chocolate. Also, it's comparing aggression with eating chocolate. I'm sure the study had some sense to it, but I don't see any! As far as I can tell they didn't even use a control, and it wasn't peer reviewed.
If you see anything I'm missing, then please tell me, as I can't make heads or tails of why this study would be accurate.
Has conducted a true experimental design. The goal of this study was to design a General Aggression Model which is the social knowledge structures develop over time in learn processes, such as learning how to perceive, interpret and respond to event in physical and social environment.
This model will help to determine whether exposure to media violence, in the form of video games, can temporarily create or increase aggressive behaviors. The participants were undergraduate students men and women enrolled in introductory psychology courses. They were randomly assigned to play either a violent or a nonviolent game for 20 minutes. The result of this study showed that violent video game participants expected more aggressive thoughts, feelings, and behaviors from the main characters in the stories.
This result supported the researchers hypothesis. One limitation was that the sample groups were only focused on undergraduate students in introductory psychology courses, there could be many confounding factor why most psychology student responded to the experiment.
The strongest aspect of the study was that although the General Aggression Model is difficult to qualified and analysis due to various related research groups but they did used careful measurement for the aggressive responses. The First experiment was to examine the effects of reward and punishment in violent video game. The second experiment was to determine whether violent games had some effect to aggressive cognition.
The third experiment was to test hypothesis by using a modified violent video game, contained a competitive aspect but was nonviolent, in the control condition page So, This uses experimental design as well to establish a causal relationship.
Moreover, this three experiments factor will be the dependent variable. However, in contrast to, Bushman et al, Carnagey et al used 3x3 factorial experimental design. Participants in all three studies were selected randomly from a large group of students who had earlier completed the trait physical aggression subscale of the Aggression Questionnaire and the Video Game Violence Exposure Questionnaire page They were selected using a non-probability sampling technique and constituted a convenience sample since subject was not randomly selected to participate.
They however were randomly assigned to condition of independent variables. In the first experiment, there were forty- three male and thirty-two female undergraduates.
They were instructed to playing the randomly assigned video game given, each were only allow 20 minute playing time, which similar to all the experiments. Moreover, after the game, they were to complete the SHS; rating various feelings using a 5-point scale ranging from 1 strongly disagree to 5 strongly agree page
Video Game Violence has been a controversial topic for many years, dating back to even the most simple classic video games like Ms. Pac-Man, Centipede and Space Invaders, eventually pushing into more modern games like Grand Theft Auto V and Call of Duty: Black Ops. This investigation attempts to expand and analyze the idea that due to the .
This would require research of its own, but would help video game research tremendously. With the constant changes in society, however, this is something that is always evolving. Desensitization due to movies, the news, and video games themselves has greatly changed the way we view media violence.
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