Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

November 3, 2008 -

Earlier today GamePolitics reported on a study published in the journal Pediatrics which details U.S. and Japanese longitudinal studies suggesting that violent video game play leads to increased aggression in children.

Of the research, Iowa State professor Craig Anderson, whose work constitutes the American segment of the report, said:

We now have conclusive evidence that playing violent video games has harmful effects on children and adolescents.

But, in a letter to Pediatrics, Christopher Ferguson, a researcher at Texas A&M International University, has called the Anderson study into question. Ferguson claims that the research contains "numerous flaws" and disputes its meaningfulness. Ferguson writes:

In the literature review the authors suggest that research on video game violence is consistent when this is hardly the case. The authors here simply ignore a wide body of research which conflicts with their views...

The authors fail to control for relevant "third" variables that could easily explain the weak correlations that they find. Family violence exposure for instance, peer group influences, certainly genetic influences on aggressive behavior are just a few relevant variables that ought either be controlled or at minimum acknowledged as alternate causal agents for (very small) link between video games and aggression...

Lastly the authors link their results to youth violence in ways that are misleading and irresponsible. The authors do not measure youth violence in their study. The [research tool used] is not a violence measure, nor does it even measure pathological aggression. Rather this measure asks for hypothetical responses to potential aggressive situations, not actual aggressive behaviors.



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Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

People die everyday and Abortion is part of that. Big fucking deal. Would you rather have a child aborted and maybe at the most just fade into darkness, or left outside in the cold or in a garbage bag after birth?

Anyway, on topic, I think aggression comes from violent video games when you play against other people. You might throw a fit when you lose against a computer and destroy your own property, but losing against another human being is totally different. Losing is part of life, but it's never that easy to be aware of it's reality unless you are "Down to Earth". And from my experience, hardly anyone is.

Another thing is funny is that my local news station reported this study saying "The violent video games for Children". LoL! I'll never get over that.

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Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

I love how easily this discussion was sidetracked to abortion. Hilarious.

I actually have a BA in Sociology. Note, I'm not claiming to be a Sociologist, just to have studied the discipline. I can tell you from my experience that designing a comprehensive longitudinal study to determine any causal link between the consumption of violent video games and actual violent behavior would cost an enormous amount of time and money. I actually designed a hypothetical study to test just that as part of my senior thesis.

I think the most important criticism of this study that it only measures "hypothetical responses to potential aggressive situations, not actual aggressive behaviors." The conclusion that this study makes is that the way the study subject thinks they would handle the hypothetical situation will translate into actual aggressive or violent behavior. The bottom line is, there's still no evidence of any causal link between playing violent video games and actual real world violence.

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

Ugg.

These stupid news organizations keep on claiming violent video games lead to increased aggression. Even though the idea is very shaky at best. They make it sound like it is set in stone. I saw the news last night for my region, and they have a 'health report.' They made it sound absolute, where if you play violent video games that are T rating or higher, you are going to go out and go on a killing spree. That basically encompasses all of the high school student population. Yet, only a few nutballs go on the rapages.

This, of course, being pathetic. They never hear the other side of the story or the flimsiness. Can anyone say, 'airhorn?'

I'm venting, aren't I?...

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

Prof. Ferguson pretty much destroyed any credibility this "study" may have had, that is, if an agenda-pushing moron wasn't in charge of it to begin with.

Texas A&M > Iowa State in academics and athletics.

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Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

WHOO!! Go Chris Ferguson! Thank you for saying what we've been saying all along....Not meaning to be sarcastic, though...I..I'm just glad somebody else agrees with us gamers. And, of course, knows what needs to be studied if a fair and true conclusion is to be reached.

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Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

Lets see here,

 

The Violence in Videogames in Japan is lower than America.

 

While also in Japan there is higher sexual themes in PC games thanks to their Hentai culture.

 

There is a tighter gun control in Japan than America.

 

Followed by that the Virginia Tech shootings Violent Videogames were blamed but it was found out later that the killer did not play Violent Videogames.

 

There have been times in America and also around the world where people have done horrible things in the name of religion but no one ever blames religion but when it comes to someone blaming their behaviour on Videogames the Violent Videogames are used as a Scapegoat to society ills.

 

Also there are clear Classification ratings on Videogames nowdays that are there to HELP parents know about a certain game before they or their children/teenagers play it.

 

I can point out some of the flaws in this study and how quick they are to try and Generalize to find links between Violence in Videogames and Violence in Real life.

 

Somebody get my copy of "Grand Theft Childhood" so we can go though all these variables...

 

I feel that even though people ditch our findings all because we are gamers, I feel that there is a case for bias against those who did the research because they are under pressure to make their research more meaningful so they try to do anything to find a direct link between Violence in Videogames and Violence in Children and Adolecence and single out Violent Videogames as the cause while briefly skimming over the other causes like family life and school bullying as the other possible (and more realistic) causes.

 

Hell, even the violence in the news is more damaging for children than Violent Videogames because the kids and teenagers know it was real. Just read Grand Theft Childhood for example and read what the children quoted in that book.

 

All that I am saying that even though the book Grand Theft Childhood never really said that Videogames were or were not the real causes in some violent actions among children, it DID say that there are many other more influences in the behaviour of children and adolecence and it is different from every person, and that is why you CAN'T point the finger at Violence in Videogames because there is so many other influences and factors that play in a person's life.

 

that is all that I am just saying....you just need to read the book Grand Theft Childhood because that book was written by researchers that did not take either side of the bedate and focused more on trying to highlight the videogame research and many of it's conflicting arguments.

 

TBoneTony

 

 

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Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

Quotes from children typically garner a response along the lines of "Those kids don't know anything about what affects them! GRRRR!"

 

-Remember kids, personal responsibility is for losers! -The Buck Stops Here.

Reality/////////////////////////////////////Fantasy. Seems like a pretty thick line to me...

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

You know, were there to be an actual debate over the validity/dangerousness of video games, it would be very much in our favor that studies like this latest one are always flawed.

Unfortunately, there really isn't a debate. There's we gamers, the game industry itself, and those who attack both for reasons that have absolutely nothing to do with games themselves or any of their aspects. Politicians want to look like they're doing something, the media wants attention, and Jack...well, he just plain loves being an asshole.

So, it really doesn't matter what anyone claims to prove. It all sense of the word, it means nothing.

Hurrmmm...

I wonder if the kids were getting their virtual asses kicked...I mean, it can get frustrating, losing over and over again, and when you are made to continue playing, it gets worse. Anger caused by frustration can look pretty simillar to agression.

-Remember kids, personal responsibility is for losers! -The Buck Stops Here.

Reality/////////////////////////////////////Fantasy. Seems like a pretty thick line to me...

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

Here is a question from the study:

Your grandmother invites you over for tea. When you get there she gives you a gun and orders you to kill someone. Do you:
  1. Obey your elder.
  2. Refuse and offer up a prized possession for the target's life.
  3. Ask for a bigger gun. After all, you don't want to miss.
  4. Throw your tea in her face.

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

err.. no thats from the GOAT test

in FALLOUT 3

 

youve been conned!

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

LOL, G.O.A.T.  Good times. 
Also, the answer is 1. Obey your elder.  It's always wise to obey your elders in vault 101.

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

The Overseer knows all, he shall shelter us from all that is dangerous... for he is whom we owe all of our existance to !

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

What, no "Shoot her in the face" option? What is this world coming to...

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

Wouldn't that be Number 4? And would you really shoot your grandmother in the face if she told you to kill someone? To tell you the truth, I would either choose Number 2 or call up the nearest retirement home/insane asylum (I'm a goody-two-shoes, so I'd choose the nonviolent or less evil/most "good" option).

P.S. I took the G.O.A.T. and was told to be a Vault Chaplain. Sweetness.

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Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

Clinical Research Subject :-/

It was supposedly good because then I get to spend time with dad.

 

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

I said No. 4.

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

I choose #3, if granny wants me to do a proper job she'd better give me the right tool for it.

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

I don't remember how I answered. Is there any way to go back and check?

I'm guessing 2, since I was going for a goody two shoes. Next playthrough will be evil.

 

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

 Fallout 3 reference FTW!

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

No non-violent answer available?  If every question was like this one, then the whole thing is flawed from the outset. 

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

2 isn't non-violent?

 

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

I guess non-aggressive was the proper wording. 

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

It is, but still negative. ZeroDash probably misread it.

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

Please tell me that's a joke.

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

It's word for word from the General Occupation Aptitude Test. Quite a few people here have taken it.

 

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

Well, I paraphrased slightly, but it is it in essence.

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

Why is anyone even responding to the comments/conspiracy theories of a disgraced, unemployed, private citizen? 

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

"The authors fail to control for relevant "third" variables that could easily explain the weak correlations that they find."

This is a massive hole in the studies methodology, and one which I think undermines any and all confidence in it's results.

Did they allow for and adjust results accordingly for children whose parents split up in the 3-6 months between video game exposure and "data" (if you can call the descriptive answers young children give as data...) collection? Did they allow for kids who were bullied at school the day before they were asked questions? How about kids who grew up with a parent or sibling with a violent temper? Kids who grew up exposed to crime? Drugs?

Pfft, forget all of those things! It's the video games! Of course!

 

As for Jack's bitchy little response:

"Ferguson is obviously the typical academic "games are great" tool of the industry."

Can you inform us a little more about his connection to the industry?

"This is an industry that spends tens of millions of dollars on advertising to modify behavior, but then says that games can't modify behavior."

Advertising cannot modify behaviour. Can it influence decision making? Certainly, but only regarding the direction of decisions already made.

Example: I am not hungry, I see an advert for a Burger King. Do i run out and buy a Whopper? No. Later that day, I AM hungry and have decided to get some food. I'm not sure what I am going to eat. I see an advert for Burger King. Mmm, that looks good! I'll goand buy a Whopper.

Ecample 2: I am at home and am reading a book. An advert comes on the tv for a new movie. Do i run straight to the cinema? No. LAter that week, I decide to go out an see a movie. I see an advert for the latest blockbuster and think that looks good. I go and see it

"This over-educated idiot"

Better than being undereducated, eh Jackie? You have first hand experience of this, being undereducated regarding Bar rules, ethics and even basic manners.

"Ferguson, is in the teaching profession, of all things, but he claims that ideas have no consequences"

Ideas can have no consequence. Imagine walking out in to the street and punching the first person you meet. Got that idea in your head? Good. Did you do it? No? Amazing! That idea had no consequence!

"What a total, idiotic, tool of the video game industry."

Again, what makes you think he is a tool of the industry? A tool is something that is used. Are you implying that this man is intentionally calling into dispute Craig Anderson's flimsy findings on behalf of the video game industry? I would not be surprised, considering the big RICO conspiracy you came up with involving the Bar, GP, Rockstar, et al.

"Jack Thompson"

What's that? No "attorney and you're not?" tacked on the end?  Oh, right...

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

This guy makes many reasonable, good points. Jack, you'd do well to shut up instead of pretending that calling him an idiot makes him wrong and you right. Oh, and I forget, exactly what job do you have, Jacky? Because last I checked it now involves sending angry, threatening, ultimately meaningless e-mails to people with much more important things to worry about than a self-important prick like you. Though, that was essentially you're career a month ago, except at least then you could attach the phrase "Attorney and you're not" to you're many rantings here on Gamepolitics.

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

You know jack, it's pretty freaking sad that you attack KNight when you are now a jobless failure who never one a single case against the industry, the same industry that just got your ass disbarred and I note, is still making money hand over fist despite your best efforts.

Whose pathetic kiddies ? Oh thats right, it's Jack. After all, lets look as just a few of his grand plans that failed.

 

"Put rockstar out of bussines" Didn't happen. THey are still making money and are set to make tons more.

"Sue sony and microsoft for GTA and bully" FAILED.

"Pass laws against games." DENIED!!

You know what you are jack? A FAILURE!

 

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Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

Actually the games industry had little to nothing to do with John Bruce's disbarment.

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I can't believe he wasn't auto disbarred after the Janet Reno situation...

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Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

Deep, you have to really screw up, a lot, and for a long time, before getting repremanded. The fact that he wasn't just suspended was due to him being very bad, for a very long time, showing no remorse and saying he would never change. You don't attack the family of another lawyer because the other lawyer was just doing their job and defending their client. That goes so far beyond the pale as to be shocking. Not liking another lawyer because they used low down tactics is one thing, but attacking lawyers because of what the defendant did is real low, and then harrassing their families and sending out press releases accusing them of the same thing you were accusing their client of... it's just insane. This guy is like the reincarnation of L Ron Hubbard, convinced that if he tells the same lie enough that enough people will believe it and it will become the truth.

Other nono's like lying to judges and lying to the media were also bad, but could be understood by others on some level. Not approved of, but not litterally insane.

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

Yeah,im defintely getting educated about this article right now, This guy i hope blows a hole in Anderson's study.

 

Yay!, I missed you JT, if you are the real deal, since i've no beef against a stuck up moron like you, I cant wait for GP or Ezk to give the MIGHTY BAN HAMMER OF THOR! on you. :)

And please, Shouldnt your manager be checking on be telling you to mop the restrooms, or did he fire you after you brought your laptop to work?

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Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

http://www.myspace.com/hermoinefan_420 (and boom goes the dynamite)

 

 

so why is gears 2 banned in japan??? too violent to them or something??

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

 

I know I know, it's ridiculous is it?  Did you in Japan the first Gears of war went platinum and have a lot of fanbase in Japan.  Seeing Gears of War 2 banned in Japan is going to drive many Japanese fan of that game to riot, oh boy tell me when the Japanese fan of that game start to rebel against the ban.

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

 

One of the flaws that Mr. Anderson made was that in japan, video game do get censored and sometime banned.  The flawed psychologists forgot:

Gears of war 2 (banned in Japan)

Dead Space (banned in Japan)

Resident Evil 4 (the chainsaw cutting the head, censored)

Uncharted: Drake's Fortune (blood removed, censored)

Resistance: Fall of man (censored)

I'm glad Ferguson was able to correct that.  But I think Ferguson could have use the Japanese censorship in Video game and the ban on Dead Space and Gears of war 2 to backup the flaw that Anderson made.

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

not to mention that the GTA titles that do make it to Japan do very poorly in sales, particulary because Japanese gamers show little-to-no interest.

岩「…Where do masochists go when they die?」

岩「…I can see why Hasselbeck's worried about fake guns killing fake people. afterall, she's a fake journalist on a fake news channel」

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

 

uh, actually it's the opposite. 

http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/ps2/image/466217.html (Look at the Japanese cover for GTA 3, they have Capcom's greatest hit)

http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/ps2/image/561545.html (Vice City Japanese cover, they got Capcom's greatest hit also)

http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/ps2/image/914983.html (same thing for San Andreas)

 

I think GTA does a good job in Japan, it has a good fanbase and why do you think Saint Row in Japan got Platinum collection on it's list.  It's telling me that GTA and it's clone did a good job in Japan.

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

huh, I thought I read somewhere that Japanese gamers weren't that interested in realistic violence. Oh wait, realistic... self-defeating arguement. My bad.

岩「…Where do masochists go when they die?」

岩「…I can see why Hasselbeck's worried about fake guns killing fake people. afterall, she's a fake journalist on a fake news channel」

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

 

uh actually a lot of shooting video game does a good job in Japan.  Did you forget about Medal of Honor and Call of Duty getting best hit in Japan?  Did you forget Tom Clancy game in Japan like Ghost Recon, Rainbow Six, and Splinter Cell earned "Ubisoft the best" in Japan?  A lot of American game has been well-loved in Japan even first person or third person shooter.  You might want to look at gamefaq more often, some of our game made in America may do a better job in Japan. 

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

http://www.myspace.com/hermoinefan_420 (and boom goes the dynamite)

 

 

wow i was way off...yea i would attempt to read this so called "study" but i'm sure its full of crap and bs and not worth my time to read...well on the plus side it looks like we are going back to the gp days of old..awwwww memories!! lol..hope everyone is chill

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

I wonder why he didn't comment on the blaringly obvious flaw. Follow the logic, folks.

1. Video games cause harmful effects and violent behavior in youths in America, hence a rise in violent behavior in America's youth.

2. Video games cause harmful effects and violent behavior in youths in Japan, hence NO rise in violent behavior in Japan's youth.

The results are completely different, so the study proves that video games do not cause violent behavior in youths.

HOLY SHIT! SEE WHAT I DID THERE?!?! LOGIC MELTS YOUR FACES!!

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Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

yeah i dont get why nobody picks up on that.. its saying the following..

 

In test scenario 1) A corellates to B

In test scenario 2) A does not corellate to B

therfore A causes B.

 

what .. it makes no sense.

 

Oh and GET THIS!!

DisbarredGuys response was that the difference was because 'Japan has less guns you idiot'.

So he actually ADMITS that he thinks GUNS NOT VIDEOGAMES cause the violence increase. I mean if the change in outcome is down to that, then guns cause the change, videogames dont affect it. Nice work arguing yourself DisbarredGuy.

 

 

 

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

He "admits" to nothing. He's as wrong on guns causing violence as you are.

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

I didnt say guns cause violence.

He did.

I was just showing how if you follow through with his logic, it is deeply flawed.

Re: Texas A&M Researcher Disputes New Game Violence Study

http://www.myspace.com/hermoinefan_420 (and boom goes the dynamite)

 

 

hey so since i've been gone for a few days or maybe more how many screen names is wacky jacky up too??? i'm gonna go and say around 20...

 

whats the offical number

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Surprisingly, only six.

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