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Unpunished media violence might reduce a child's guilt about performing similar actions and could 'what' their behaviour? (AO1)
What is the term for children becoming less anxious about violence the more they watch it? (AO1)
The more 'real' TV violence is, the more likely children are to...? (AO1)
Who (clue) found that boys who watch more violence on TV have lower physiological arousal? (AO1)
In 1995, Charlton studied the effects of newly introduced TV on what island- finding that there was no significant change in children's behaviour? (RWA)
Who suggested that demand characteristics might have played a part in Bandura's Bobo Doll findings? (AO2)
Which psychologist and namesake of a famous British actor claimed that aggression is never normal in real world and media violence makes children more frightened than frightening?
What is the two word term given to the activation of aggression after watching violent media? (AO1)
Josephson's walkie talkie experiment provided support for cognitive priming. But what sport did he study? (AO2)
Paik and Comstock's meta-analysis found that exposure to media violence did what in aggression levels for males, particularly pre-school: increased/decreased? (AO2)

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Created May 4, 2016ReportNominate
Tags:A-Level, Level, Media, Psychology

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