Zimmerman Frederick J., Christakis Dimitri A., Glew Gwen M. & Katon Wayne (2005). Â« Early cognitive stimulation, emotional support, and television watching as predictors of subsequent bullying among grade-school children Â». Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, vol. 159, nÂ° 4, avril, p. 384–388. En ligne : <http://archpedi.ama-ass ... tent/abstract/159/4/384>.
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BibTeX citation key: Zimmerman2005a
Keywords: mĂ©dias de masse, violence
Creators: Christakis, Glew, Katon, Zimmerman
Collection: Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine
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The effect of violent television programming on preschoolersâ€™ behaviors is poorly understood. The objective of this study was to test the hypothesis that exposure to violent television viewing when children are 2 to 5 years of age would be associated with antisocial behavior at ages 7 to 10. Data were available for 184 boys and 146 girls at both time periods. Adjusting for baseline Behavioral Problem Index scores and age, parental education, maternal depression, and cognitive and emotional support, violent television programming was associated with an increased risk for antisocial behavior for boys but not for girls. Neither educational nor nonviolent programming was associated with increased risk for boys or girls. Viewing of violent programming by preschool boys is associated with subsequent aggressive behavior. Modifying the content that is viewed by young children may be warranted.
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