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Abraham Dweck 9/29/07 Dr. Olaoye PSYC 105 Effects of TV Violence In Children My experiment is the effects of TV violence in children. First, I would randomly choose 2 groups of kids from randomly chosen people. One would watch simple shows, i.e. the news, comedies and sports (w/o violence). The other group, the experimental group, would watch shows with a lot of violence, i.e. scary movies or shows with a lot of killing and blood. The variables are as follows; IV – TV violence effect, DV – The Children. The extraneous that could affect this study are the background of the kids that could effect the reaction of the reaction of the kids to the violence in this study. They include; the maturity of the kids, their likes/dislikes and any family issues the may have been exposed to. Then, I would see if the violence in the kids has changed since they were exposed to the violence in their shows. However, I believe that both groups are experimental in
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Unformatted text preview: this study, because now I can study the other group and since they weren’t exposed to any violence. I could see if there are any changes in their violence or attitude. The things that may affect this study are the maturity of the kids, and if they were exposed to a lot of violence before entering this study. This would have a big effect because if they were then they may like the violence and it would not have any effect on them. This research would be a good way to measure if TV violence leads to violence in the streets, behavior problems or even phobias. It could stop some street violence if the TV networks don’t put violence on networks that are mostly watched by children. Less exposure to the problem could lead to less violence that the kids would do themselves....
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2009 for the course IT 100 taught by Professor Pap during the Spring '09 term at Monmouth University-West Long Branch.

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