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Relationship between Developmental Stages and Video Game Uses and Gratifications, Game Preference and Amount of Time spent in Play
Unformatted Document Text:  Video game U&G 19 References Ambron, S. R. (1975). Child development. San Francisco, CA: Rinehart Press. Ault, R. (1977). Children’s cognitive development: Piaget’s theory and the process approach. NY: Oxford University Press. Bandura, A. (1977). Social learning theory. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall. Berkowitz, L., & Rogers, K. H. (1986). A priming effect analysis of media influences. In J Bryant & D. Zillmann (Eds.), Perspectives on media effects. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. Blumberg, F. (1998). Developmental differences at play: Children’s selective attention and performance in video games. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 19(4), 615- 624. Brown, J. R., Cramond, J. K., & Wilde, R. J. (1974). Displacement effects of television and the child’s functional orientation to media. In J. G. Blumer & E. Katz (Eds.), The uses of mass communications. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage. Drabman, R. S., & Thomas, M. H. (1974). Does media violence increase children’s toleration of real-life aggression? Developmental Psychology, 10(3), 418-421. Fisher, S. (1994). Identifying video game addiction in children and adolescents. Addictive Behaviors, 19(5), 545-553. Interactive Digital Software Association. (n.d.). Ten facts about the computer and video game industry: What you may not know could surprise you. Retrieved January 9, 2002, from http://www.idsa.com/IDSA_Top_Ten.pdf Lowery, S & De Fleur, M (1995). Milestones in mass communication research: Media effects. NY: Longman Publishers. Manaster, G. J. (1977). Adolescent development and the life tasks. Boston, MS: Allyn and Bacon, Inc. McLeod, J., & Brown, J. D. (1976). The family environment and adolescent television use. In R. Brown (Ed.), Children and television. London: Collier-Macmillan.

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Ambron, S. R. (1975). Child development. San Francisco, CA: Rinehart Press.
Ault, R. (1977). Children’s cognitive development: Piaget’s theory and the process approach.
NY: Oxford University Press.
Bandura, A. (1977). Social learning theory. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
Berkowitz, L., & Rogers, K. H. (1986). A priming effect analysis of media influences. In J
Bryant & D. Zillmann (Eds.), Perspectives on media effects. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
Blumberg, F. (1998). Developmental differences at play: Children’s selective attention and
performance in video games. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 19(4), 615-
624.
Brown, J. R., Cramond, J. K., & Wilde, R. J. (1974). Displacement effects of television and
the child’s functional orientation to media. In J. G. Blumer & E. Katz (Eds.), The uses of
mass communications. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.
Drabman, R. S., & Thomas, M. H. (1974). Does media violence increase children’s toleration
of real-life aggression? Developmental Psychology, 10(3), 418-421.
Fisher, S. (1994). Identifying video game addiction in children and adolescents. Addictive
Behaviors, 19(5), 545-553.
Interactive Digital Software Association. (n.d.). Ten facts about the computer and video game
industry: What you may not know could surprise you. Retrieved January 9, 2002, from
http://www.idsa.com/IDSA_Top_Ten.pdf
Lowery, S & De Fleur, M (1995). Milestones in mass communication research: Media effects.
NY: Longman Publishers.
Manaster, G. J. (1977). Adolescent development and the life tasks. Boston, MS: Allyn and
Bacon, Inc.
McLeod, J., & Brown, J. D. (1976). The family environment and adolescent television use. In
R. Brown (Ed.), Children and television. London: Collier-Macmillan.


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