Study: Video Games Don’t Negatively Impact Kids’ Behavior

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The Federal Communications Commission is considering lifting the ban on cell phone calls on flights when the plane is above 10,000 feet, though calls would still be disallowed during takeoff and landing.
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Study: Video Games Don’t Negatively Impact Kids’ Behavior

Contrary to popular perceptions that playing video games causes psychological and emotional problems in children, a study of 5-year-olds in the United Kingdom found no correlation between electronic gaming and behavioral issues. What do you think?

  • “I don’t care about my child’s well-being.”

    Betsy Scherzinger
    Demographer
  • “I’ll be sure to tell my little Headshot339.”

    Thomas Carswell
    Towel Inspector
  • “So we’ll never know what put that idea in Josh’s head.”

    Ahmed Rametta
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