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GAME ON!
Does Violent Video Games Lead to Criminal Behaviour?
BACKGROUND
Was first introduced in 1970s
The graphics became more lifelike over the years
The more aggressive and cruel you are, the better the chance of winning
A player's violent act will be rewarded instead of punished

Gaming Effects on the Brains
CALL OF DUTY 4: Modern Warfare
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Number 1 Theory; At-Risk Populations Are Vulnerable To Violent Stimuli
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Deaths Caused by Video Games
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Video Game
Controversies
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Tyrone Spellman &
Qiu Chengwei
Mass Murders Caused by Video Games
Anders Behring Breivik shot 68 people dead at the youth camp of the Norwegian Labor Party
Bombing government buildings
A big fan of Call of Duty
Another one is Michael Carneal who shot girls as they prayed in prayer groups
He shot each one of them only once
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Conclusion
THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION! :)
Bibliography
Trang Nguyen
General Aggression Model (GAM) explains the relationship between violent video games and aggressive behaviors
The 3 internal facets; Thoughts, Feelings, & Physiological Responses
A research and experiment was done by studying the brains of 28 students who were randomly assigned to play either a violent, or a non-violent one every day for a week straight
After a week of playing violent games, those who played violent games revealed significantly less activation of their emotional brain centers.
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ocietal & S
cientific arguments regarding what the content of video games has on the player
-Some thinks it is a great educational tool while others sees it as harmful for the youth
-There is always a positive and negative side to everything
The most popular theory of all shows that people are very vulnerable to the effects of gaming
The 3 most predictive traits of vulnerability; high neuroticism, low agreeableness, and low conscientiousness
People's behavior are inspired by all sort of things around them; video game is one of them.
-Tyrone was a man who was crazily in love with his Xbox
-Went out of control when his 17-month-old daughter, Alayiah, accidentally pulled the cords out of the wall.
-Qiu was a Chinese gamer who got in a dispute with his fellow player over a "cyber-weapon".

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Violent Video Games Create Aggression, But Do They Cause Kids to Commit Crimes?
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Do Violent Video Games Increase Aggression?
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Do Violent Video Games Lead to Criminal Behavior?
" CBSNews. CBS Interactive, 17 Aug. 2015. Web. 20 Mar. 2016. <http://www.cbsnews.com/news/do-violent-video-games-lead-to-criminal-behavior/>.
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Violent Video Games Are Linked to Aggression, Study Says.
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