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Television and Behavior-Ten Years of Scientific Progress and Implications

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DOCUMENT REiUME ED'228 979 IR 01.0 642 'AilTHOR Pearl, David, Ed; And Others TITLE Television and Behavior. Ten Years of Scientific Progress and Implicationn,for the Eighties. Volume II: Technical Reviews. 0 INSTITUTION National Inst. *of Mental Health (DHHS), Rockville, Md. PUB DATE 82 NOTE 368p.; For related document, see ED 222 186. PUB TYPE Information Analyses (070) EMS PRICE MFO1IPC15 Plus,.postage.- ,DESCRIPTORS Affective Behavior; Aggression; Cdgnitive Processes; Farily Life; Literature Reviews; *Public Health; Social Aititudes;-*Social Behavior; *Socialization; *Television Research; *Television Viewing: - Violence IDENTIFIERS Surgeon Generals Report on Television Violence ABSTRACT This yolume and its companion offer an update and' elaboration' of informationapresented in the 1972 Report of the Surgeon General's Advisory Committee on Television and Behavior. This volume largely incprporates edited versions of commissioned's integrative reviews of the scientific literature of the past decade which were used in the formulation of the update, together with _introductozy comments for each topic area. The 24 papers presented address such 4ssues as cognitive and affective aipects of television viewing; violence and aggression; social beliefs and social behavior; -televisi'on in social relagtions; television and health; and-television in American society. Althoughm*ch of ,the research.has been conducted ,wiih and,adolescent subjects,'the new report is not liM,ited to influences of the medium'on this age group. Within this broadened context, the orientation of the report islt-to elucidate resedith findings dnd their implications tor 'public health and future. research. Individual papers include data-tables and xqference lists. (LMM) *********************************************************************** .* 'Reproductions.supplied'by EDRS.are the'best that can be Made *. from the original document. ***********************************************************************.
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(NJ i . C\J . Television and Behavior, w .s rqp -Years of Scientific Progress and .e Implications for the'Eighties U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF EOUCATION EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES INFORMATION CENTER (ERIC) 416 This document has been reproduced as received from the person or Organization originating it. Minor changes have been, made to improve reproduction gudhty Points of view or opinions stated in this docu merit do not necessarily represent officiaLNIE position or policy Volume II Technical Reviews Edited by' 13ivid Pearl, Lorraine buthiiet7and Joyce Lazar. li,S, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND'HUMAN SERVICES Public Health Service Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration National Institute of Mental Health. 5600 Fishers Lane Flockville, Maryland 20857 A
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All material appearing in this volume, except for quoted passages from copyrighted sottrces arid copyrighted tables and figures where noted, is in the public domain and may be reproduced or copied without permission from the Instifute or the authors. Citation of the source,is appreciated.
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