Television viewing and hostile personality trait increase the risk of injuries.

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Individuals with high levels of hostility may be more susceptible to the influence of television on violence and risk taking behaviors. This study aimed to examine whether hostile personality trait modifies the association between TV viewing and injuries. It is a prospective study of 4,196 black and white adults aged 23 to 35 in 1990/1. Cross-lagged panel… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/17457300.2015.1061560

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@article{Fabio2017TelevisionVA, title={Television viewing and hostile personality trait increase the risk of injuries.}, author={Anthony Fabio and Chung-Yu Chen and Steven Dearwater and David R. Jacobs and Darin J. Erickson and Karen A. Matthews and Carlos Iribarren and Stephen Sidney and Mark A Pereira}, journal={International journal of injury control and safety promotion}, year={2017}, volume={24 1}, pages={44-53} }