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Improving Our Aim: A Psychotherapist’s Take On Video Games & Violence

by Mike Langlois
February 20, 2013

A little while back I was playing Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare with one of my patients, we’ll call him Alex*.  Twenty minutes into our game, I was clearly losing badly and dying a lot.  Although I am a gamer-affirmative therapist, first-person shooters have never been a favorite of mine.  … 







The Risks of Launching a Research Project at a Time of Moral Panic

by Christopher J. Ferguson
January 23, 2013

Every parent and concerned citizen in the U.S. has been following the national conversation about the need for a balanced response to the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. One area of concern that the President and Vice President highlighted in the action plan they presented last … 







What We Don’t Know, and What We Need to Know, About the Effects of Video Game Violence

by Cheryl K. Olson, Sc.D.
January 18, 2013

Every parent and concerned citizen in the U.S. has been following the national conversation about the need for an urgent and balanced response to the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.  One area of concern that the President and Vice President highlighted in the action plan they …