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Many social scientists believe there is a causal relation between viewing television violence and aggression. That majority consensus has recently been challenged on the grounds that the data are inconsistent, that different methods of study may be subject to systematic biases, and that the findings have limited generalizability to real-world violence. In(More)
The relation of reflection-impulsivity and motor inhibition to naturally occurring social and self-regulatory behavior of 121 urban Head Start boys and girls was examined. Correlations between the Kansas Reflection-Impulsivity Scale for Preschoolers, motor inhibition tasks, and classroom behavior were computed for two groups of Head Start classes that(More)
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