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Benchmarking the cultivation approach to video game effects: a comparison of the correlates of TV viewing and game play.

@article{Mierlo2004BenchmarkingTC,
  title={Benchmarking the cultivation approach to video game effects: a comparison of the correlates of TV viewing and game play.},
  author={J. van Mierlo and J. Van den Bulck},
  journal={Journal of adolescence},
  year={2004},
  volume={27 1},
  pages={
          97-111
        }
}
This study found significant relationships between first- and second-order cultivation measures and TV viewing, but found a relationship with video game play for only two variables in a sample of 322 Flemish 3rd and 6th year secondary school children. This suggests that the absence of a relationship with video game play is not the result of the absence of cultivation effects in Flanders. On the other hand it shows that the relationship between TV viewing and cultivation measures is not an… Expand
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