South China Morning Post: Do violent video games make people aggressive? Study suggests they don’t
October 23, 2016 / By Richard James Havis /
Research by SDT faculty, Richard Ryan, Andrew Przybylski, and Scott Rigby featured in this article exploring video games and aggression.
“Research by Richard Ryan, a professor of psychology at Rochester University in the US, shows that such violence – known as ‘rage quitting’ or ‘game rage’ – is more correlated to feelings of frustration relating to how well the player played the game, than the content of the game.”
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