Welcome back, everyone! Here’s the second part of my series entitled Do Video Games Cause Children and Adolescents to Become Violent? I will have 3-5 more parts after this one. If you haven’t already done so, please see the first part of the series and stay tuned as there are more parts to come which will include some statistics on the popularity of video game violence, a look at the evolution of violence in video games, what the research says about the effects of TV and video game violence, and more.
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Dr. Brooks is a Licensed Psychologist and the Director of the Austin Psychology & Assessment Center (ApaCenter). He provides therapy, consultation, and coaching services to adolescents and adults. His areas of specialization and professional interests include mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy,solution-oriented therapy, feedback informed treatment (FIT), positive psychology, positive computing, empirically-supported treatment, and existential issues.