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

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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
  • “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
    Salicylic Acid Blender