Of 204 parents surveyed, 36% reckoned their teenagers had become more 'aggressive' than they used to be, but are violent games really the cause?

This article titled “Guns don't kill people, video game players do” was written by Martin Robbins, for guardian.co.uk on Thursday 7th June 2012 11.10 UTC

If it weren't for the Daily Mail, I would never have encountered the website of the British Association of Anger Management. With its blood red background, decked with splashes of fiery yellow and angry faces contorted with rage, it creates the sort of scene you might find in the deepest depths of Hell: the levels reserved for killers, war criminals, and people who stop suddenly at the ends of escalators for no good reason.

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