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Heres the scene Bugs Bunny Daffy Duck and a well-armed Elmer Fudd are having a stand-off in the forest Daffy the rat-fink has just exposed Bugs latest disguise so Bugs takes off the costume and says Thats right Doc Im a wabbit Would you like to shoot me now or wait until we get home Shoot him now Shoot him now Daffy screams You keep out of this Bugs says He does not have to shoot you now He does so have to shoot me now says Daffy Full of wrath he storms up to Elmer Fudd and shrieks And I demand that you shoot me now Elmer takes aim and fires sending Daffys beak whirling around his head like a roulette wheel What does this say to children watching this Dont you think this might make children more aggressive to see someone shot at point blank only to be unharmed and fit as a fiddle I do and I plan to prove that video game AND television violence cause children to become more aggressive Firstly psychologist Brandon S Centerwall states Children have an instinctive desire to imitate behavior Unfortunately however children are not born with an instinct for evaluating the appropriateness of certain actions 1-58 This means that children naturally model what they see on television and do not typically think about whether or not they should model what they see John Murray professor of developmental psychology at Kansas State University made another very surprising discovery He examined brain scans of teenagers while they watched bloody fight scenes from Rocky IV and he found that there was an increased activity in the part of the brain that registers long-term memory of threatening events This is also the part of the brain that is identified with post-traumatic stress What this means is that they were treating the violence in Rocky IV as real violence Sullinger K3034 Another psychologist Leonard Eron has been tracking television violence
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