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  • Craig A. Anderson, Brad J. Bushman
  • Medicine
  • Annual review of psychology
  • 2002
  • Research on human aggression has progressed to a point at which a unifying framework is needed. Major domain-limited theories of aggression include cognitive neoassociation, social learning, socialExpand
  • Craig A. Anderson, Akiko Shibuya, +5 authors Muniba Saleem
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Psychological bulletin
  • 2010 (First Publication: 1 March 2010)
  • Meta-analytic procedures were used to test the effects of violent video games on aggressive behavior, aggressive cognition, aggressive affect, physiological arousal, empathy/desensitization, andExpand
  • Craig A. Anderson, Brad J. Bushman
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychological science
  • 2001 (First Publication: 1 September 2001)
  • Research on exposure to television and movie violence suggests that playing violent video games will increase aggressive behavior. A meta-analytic review of the video-game research literature revealsExpand
  • W. Keith Campbell, Angelica M. Bonacci, Jeremy Shelton, Julie J Exline, Brad J. Bushman
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of personality assessment
  • 2004 (First Publication: 1 August 2004)
  • Nine studies were conducted with the goal of developing a self-report measure of psychological entitlement and assessing its interpersonal consequences. The Psychological Entitlement Scale (PES) wasExpand
  • Brad J. Bushman, Roy F. Baumeister
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of personality and social psychology
  • 1998 (First Publication: 1 December 2002)
  • It has been widely asserted that low self-esteem causes violence, but laboratory evidence is lacking, and some contrary observations have characterized aggressors as having favorable self-opinions.Expand