Increased oscillatory theta activation evoked by violent digital game events.

@article{Salminen2008IncreasedOT,
  title={Increased oscillatory theta activation evoked by violent digital game events.},
  author={Mikko Salminen and Niklas Ravaja},
  journal={Neuroscience letters},
  year={2008},
  volume={435 1},
  pages={69-72}
}
The authors examined electroencephalographic (EEG) oscillatory responses to two violent events, the player character wounding and killing an opponent character with a gun, in the digital game James Bond 007: NightFire. EEG was recorded from 25 (16 male) right-handed healthy young adults. EEG data were segmented into one 1-s baseline epoch before each event and two 1-s epochs after event onset. Power estimates (microV(2)) were derived with the fast Fourier transform (FFT) for each artefact free… CONTINUE READING

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