Differential Neural Recruitment during Violent Video Game Play in Violent-and Nonviolent-Game Players

  • Douglas A. Gentilea, Edward L. Swingb, +1 author Daniel Rinkerc
  • Published 2013
A controversy exists about the effects of violent video game play, with some studies showing “positive” effects on spatial attention, others showing “negative” effects on aggression, and others suggesting that there are no important effects. The present study examined neural recruitment during violent videogame play among 13 late adolescent gamers, half of… (More)