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Media Violence 1 THE INFLUENCE OF MEDIA VIOLENCE ON YOUTH Craig A. Anderson, 1 Leonard Berkowitz, 2 Edward Donnerstein, 3 L. Rowell Huesmann, 4 James D. Johnson, 5 Daniel Linz, 6 Neil M. Malamuth, 7 and Ellen Wartella 8 1 Department of Psychology, Iowa State University; 2 Department of Psychology, University of Wisconsin; 3 College of Social & Behavioral Sciences, University of Arizona; 4 Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan; 5 Department of Psychology, University of North Carolina- Wilmington; 6 Department of Communication and Law and Society Program, University of California, Santa Barbara; 7 Department of Communication/Speech, University of California, Los Angeles; and 8 College of Communication, University of Texas at Austin Psychological Science in the Public Interest , (in press). December 27, 2003. Address correspondence to Craig A. Anderson, Department of Psychology, W112 Lagomarcino Hall, Iowa State University, Ames, IA 50011-3180; e-mail: [email protected] . About the Authors Craig A. Anderson is Professor of Psychology and Chair of the Department of Psychology at Iowa State University. He received his Ph.D. from Stanford University in 1980 and has served on the faculties of Rice University, Ohio State University, and the University of Missouri—Columbia. He has been awarded Fellow status by the American Psychological Society and the American Psychological Association. Anderson’s 100+ publications span a wide range of areas, including judgment and decision making; depression, loneliness, and shyness; personality theory and measurement; and attribution theory. In recent years, his work has focused on the development of a
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Anderson, Berkowitz, Donnerstein, Huesmann, Johnson, Linz, Malamuth, & Wartella 2 General Aggression Model designed to integrate insights from cognitive, developmental, personality, and social psychology. His pioneering work on video-game violence has led to consultations with educators, government officials, child advocates, and news organizations worldwide. Leonard Berkowitz is the Vilas Research Professor Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin- Madison. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan in 1951. He has held visiting appointments at Stanford University; the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences; Oxford, Cornell, and Cambridge Universities; the University of Western Australia; and the University of Mannheim. Berkowitz is best known for his research into situational influences on aggressive behavior, including the effects of movie and television depictions of violence. The author of about 170 articles and books, mostly concerned with aggression, he was also the editor of the well-known social psychology series Advances in Experimental Social Psychology from its inception in 1964 until 1989. He has been President of the American Psychological Association’s Division of Personality and Social Psychology and the International Society for Research on Aggression, was given distinguished scientist awards by the American Psychological Association
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