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Date Published: July 11th, 2002
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Japanese Study Links Video Games to Anger and Antisocial Behavior

A recent study of Japanese ages six to 29 showed that moderate video game usage resulted in a chronic suppression of beta wave activity in the brain and lead "people to lose concentration, get angry easily and have trouble associating with others." Fellow gamer Todd responds: "That article not good. My brain not die you bastard! broken much."

by Christopher Heiser on July 11 08:27
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