Do video games make teens aggressive?

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Do video games make teens aggressive? by Mind Map: Do video games make teens aggressive?

1. Video game do not make teens aggressive

1.1. Video games have a complex interrelationship with the wider culture, beyond the negative behaviors of young men.(Video)

1.1.1. my son has spent countless hours watching others play the game or teach the game in addition to playing the game itself. To a certain extent this is his TV.(Video Game Culture Does Not Promote Antisocial Behaviors)

1.1.1.1. It makes me think about how much time he put into mine-craft and he really doesn't have time to get aggressive.

1.1.2. "Your imagination is at the forefront of how you play the game(Video Game Culture Does Not Promote Antisocial Behaviors)

1.1.2.1. This means that most kid use their creativity to play this game

1.2. Just as nice games have positive effects,(Violent)

1.2.1. In one study, participants who played "nice" games were less competitive and more helpful(Violent Video Games Promote Antisocial Behaviors)

1.2.1.1. This means that the more teens play nice games it will make them nice

1.2.2. hey found that significantly more "relaxing" gamers helped out with this trivial task((Violent Video Games Promote Antisocial Behaviors)

1.2.2.1. This quote shows that relaxed players do more task

1.3. Because the teens are watching video games that are not causing any harm

1.4. Because teens play nice games they will become nicer

2. Video games make teens aggressive

2.1. most games are violent so the teens will get use to seeing it and they will start to be violent cause they will think it is OK(Violent)

2.1.1. "and the games they played appear to have fed the fantasies that became a deadly and tragic reality for their victims"(Violent video games create unhealthy emotions).

2.1.1.1. It makes me think about how the teens think when they see someone dying in a game

2.1.2. Most games are violent so they will get use to the violence and think it is fine"71 percent of video games contained at least some mild violence"(Violent video games create unhealthy emotions).

2.1.2.1. This means that teens have a lot of opportunity to play violent video games

2.2. the Ohio State psychologist Brad Bushman claimed that media violence is nearly as significant a risk factor for social violence as smoking tobacco is for lung cancer.(Kill)

2.2.1. video games for 15 minutes and then are tested for aggression in various ways.(Kill pixels, not people: exploding the fake scientific consensus on violent video games)

2.2.1.1. This matters because it showing teens how to be aggressive

2.2.2. Their basic theory linking media violence to real violence can (somewhat unfairly) be summarized as "monkey see/monkey do.(Kill pixels, not people: exploding the fake scientific consensus on violent video games)

2.2.2.1. The quote shows that what teens see is what they will do

2.3. Because They play violent games they will be use to the violence

2.4. Because they see games being violent they will think it is OK to be violent