AP  >> Vol. 6 No. 2 (February 2016)

    Research Summary of Negative Effects of Violent Video Games

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罗 红,高雪梅:西南大学心理学部,重庆

暴力电子游戏消极影响攻击性理论模型Violent Video Games Negative Effects Theoretical Model



With the popularity of network, and the development of electronic industry, electronic game has increasingly become an important leisure; people’s life of violent video games was welcomed by the younger generation in particular. Compared with the traditional violent films, violent video games have more interactivity, synchronicity, repeatability, and the characteristics of direct reinforcement, and this also makes it more influence players. On the basis of predecessors’ research, this article discusses the influence of violent video games on players from five aspects of the aggressive behavior, cognition, aggressive feelings, aggressive physical arousal and reducing pro- social behavior, and explains it based on the existing theoretical model, thus putting forward some suggestions for further intervention of the negative effects of violent video games.

罗红, 高雪梅 (2016). 暴力电子游戏的消极影响研究综述. 心理学进展, 6(2), 188-194. http://dx.doi.org/10.12677/AP.2016.62023


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