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Running Header: THE IMPACT OF VIDEO GAMES ON CHILDERN 1 The Impact of Video Games on Children Armisha Gordon Columbia Southern University
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THE IMPACT OF VIDEO GAMES ON CHILDERN 2 The Impact of Video Games on Children Computer games have been a piece of kids' life for as long as a couple of decades. Everything began when Atari thought of its first gaming console, which incorporated an exceptionally straightforward round of tennis. Presently we have a wide range of kinds of consoles accessible in the
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  • Fall '16
  • Ryan Bucy
  • English, Video game console, Armisha Gordon, exceptionally negative impact

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