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Violent media content and aggressiveness in adolescents: A negative feedback-loop model
Unformatted Document Text:  A negative feedback-loop model page 22 Finn, S. (1997). Origins of media exposure: Linking personality traits to TV, radio, print and film use. Communication Research, 24, 507-529. Fling, S., Smith, L., Rodriquez, T., Thornton, D., Atkins, E., & Nixon, K. (1992). Videogames, aggression, and self-esteem: A survey. Social Behavior and Personality, 20, 39-46. Johnson, J. G., Cohen, P., Smailes, E. M., Kasen, S., & Brook, J. S. (2002). Television viewing and aggressive behavior during adolescence and adulthood. Science, 295, 2468-2471. Kayany, J., & Yelsma, P. (2000). Displacement effects of online media in the socio- technical contexts of households. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 44(2), 215-229. Krcmar, M., & Greene, K. (2000). Connections between violent television exposure and adolescent risk-taking. Media Psychology, 2, 195-218. Lin, S., & Lepper, M. (1987). Correlates of children’s usage of video games and computers. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 17, 72-93. Newcomb, M., Scheier, L., & Bentler, P. (1993). Effects of adolescent drug use on adult mental health: A prospective study of a community sample. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 1, 215-241. Robinson, J., & Bachman, J. (1972). Television viewing habits and aggression. In G. Comstock & E. Rubenstein (Eds.), Television and social behavior: Television and adolescent aggressiveness (pp. 372-382). Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office.

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A negative feedback-loop model page 22
Finn, S. (1997). Origins of media exposure: Linking personality traits to TV, radio, print
and film use. Communication Research, 24, 507-529.
Fling, S., Smith, L., Rodriquez, T., Thornton, D., Atkins, E., & Nixon, K. (1992).
Videogames, aggression, and self-esteem: A survey. Social Behavior and
Personality, 20, 39-46.
Johnson, J. G., Cohen, P., Smailes, E. M., Kasen, S., & Brook, J. S. (2002). Television
viewing and aggressive behavior during adolescence and adulthood. Science, 295,
2468-2471.
Kayany, J., & Yelsma, P. (2000). Displacement effects of online media in the socio-
technical contexts of households. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media,
44(2), 215-229.
Krcmar, M., & Greene, K. (2000). Connections between violent television exposure and
adolescent risk-taking. Media Psychology, 2, 195-218.
Lin, S., & Lepper, M. (1987). Correlates of children’s usage of video games and
computers. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 17, 72-93.
Newcomb, M., Scheier, L., & Bentler, P. (1993). Effects of adolescent drug use on adult
mental health: A prospective study of a community sample. Experimental and
Clinical Psychopharmacology, 1, 215-241.
Robinson, J., & Bachman, J. (1972). Television viewing habits and aggression. In G.
Comstock & E. Rubenstein (Eds.), Television and social behavior: Television and
adolescent aggressiveness (pp. 372-382). Washington, D.C.: Government Printing
Office.


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