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This vid is good for debate. Does the violence in video games influence violent behavior in kids? Data seems to show it does but to what degree? Are kids disturbed before they act? Do the games push them over the edge? What can or should be done about it? Things to think about...

Tagged under: kids,violence,video games,-box 360,playstation,kinect,violent behavior,psychology

5 questions

1. In one week, how many hours do you spend playing violent video games? (00:00:11)

2. In your opinion, do you agree with Dr. Michael Rich that video games are the best technological teaching tool? Explain. (00:03:10)

3. Should these very graphic forms of video games such as COD or Grand Theft Auto be banned? (00:05:03)

4. Do you agree with this last statement that violent video games teach violence? (00:08:35)

5. You have heard both sides fo the debate. Do you believe that video games cause violence in kids? (00:09:38)

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