The content presents a summary of a study conducted by a team of researchers on the relationship between violent video games and aggression in adolescents. The researchers analyzed the behavior of 1,492 teenagers for two years and found that there was a significant link between playing violent video games and an increase in aggressive behavior. The study also considered other factors such as gender, parental involvement, and peer aggression to establish if they influenced the association. It was discovered that playing violent video games had a greater impact on aggression for individuals who were already prone to aggressive behavior. Additionally, the study debunked the notion that the link between video games and aggression was solely driven by other factors such as poor parenting or delinquency. Overall, the study highlights the need for parents, educators, and policymakers to be aware of the potential negative effects of violent video games on adolescent behavior.

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