The University of Glasgow has finished a study of 11,000 kids that focused on whether TV or video games could be associated with attention disorder, anger, or other emotional problems. The results of the massive study have shown that video games have no negative impact on children.
A study of 11,000 kids in Britain has found that video games don’t have a negative impact on behavior. The University of Glasgow study was based on surveys of mothers that tracked behavior over time. The researchers wanted to know if there was a connection between time spent playing video games and behavior or emotional troubles later in life.