TV can lead to antisocial behavior

by Quentin Hurel - 2013.03.25
TV can lead to antisocial behavior
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Kids who spend hours and hours in watching television can have antisocial behavior at adulthood. or even, criminal attitudes such as fighting and stealing. A study published in Pediatrics has examined over 1000 persons from birth until the age of 26 and has found a link between a more aggressive personality and time watching television. People who had spent more in front of the TV were significantly more likely to have violent convictions and a diagnosis of antisocial personality disorder. The study has confirmed and reminded that children should watch no more than 1 to 2 hours of TV a day.

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