Experts debate effects of violent video games

09/13/2005 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The video game industry and some researchers contend the link between violent video games and long-term aggression is unsubstantiated, while other experts say that high exposure to such games can affect children's impulse control and make them less likely to express empathy. Psychologists and industry experts both agree that parents need to be aware of what kind of games their children are playing.

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