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Do violent video games stunt the development of moral reasoning?

Regular exposure to violent video games makes it difficult for young people to tell the difference between right and wrong and weakens empathy for others, according to recently released research. We summarise the report's main findings.

Regular exposure to violent video games makes it difficult for young people to tell the difference between right and wrong and weakens empathy for others, according to recently released research. We summarise the report’s main findings.

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