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TV Interviews and Media


Interviews

Date Length
(min:sec)
Interviewer
Title Participant
4/8/10
(transcript)
Thea Dikeos, Australian Broadcasting Corp
Emotive debate over R rating for video games
Anderson
3/16/09
14:15
Richard Aedy, Australian Broadcasting Corp
Violent Computer Games on Life Matters
Anderson
6/18/08
28:23
Dr. John Riolo
Violent Video Game Effects on Children and Adolescents Gentile
4/7/08
5:51
Margot Adler, Justice Talking NPR
Scientific Facts of Media Violence Effects Anderson
3/9/08
14:57
Sean Leslie, CNKW 980AM
Recent Findings on Violent Video Games Anderson, Gentile
4/4/07
42:33
Katherine Perkins, WOI Radio
Media Violence and [our new book on] Violent Video Games Anderson
6/19/06
35:20
Dr. Richard Sagall
Violent Video Game Effects on Children Gentile
8/22/05
30:10
Neal Conan, Talk of the Nation NPR
Examining the Intersection of Religion and Violence
Avalos
6/15/05
1:10
Joanne Wilson
Influence of Video Game Violence vs. TV Violence Anderson
11/26/04
1:17
Joanne Wilson
Rules Around Video Games Anderson
11/18/04
1:09
Joanne Wilson
Violent Media and Behaviour Anderson
8/17/04
1:09
Joanne Wilson
Media Violence & Children
Anderson
1/18/03
40:38
Wise Guys, WHO Radio
Media Violence Anderson
1/8/03
26:25
Todd Mundt, NPR
Violent Video Games Anderson
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News Articles

Year
Source
Title
Participant
2014 SPSSI
SPSSI Media Violence Statement
Anderson
2013
New York Times
Studying the Effects of Playing Violent Video Games
Anderson, Barlett
2013
New York Times
The 'Die Hard' Quandry
Anderson
2010
Supreme Court
Psychologists help with video game amicus brief
Anderson, Gentile
2010
News.com.au
Wii could be worse than Xbox, says politician
Anderson
2010
ISU News Service
ISU study proves conclusively that violent video game play makes more aggressive kids
Anderson
2010
Australian Council on Children & the Media
New research: violent video game play does make more aggressive kids
Anderson
2009
MSN Health & Fitness
The Rap Against Music and Video Games
Anderson
2009
ISU News Service
ISU Psychologists offer parental advice on promoting kids' healthy video game play
Anderson, Gentile
2009
Simulation & Gaming
Simulation & Gaming names the 50 Most Frequently Read Articles
Barlett, Anderson, Swing
2009
ISU News Service
Action video game players experience diminished proactive attention
Anderson
2009
ISU News Service
Nearly 1 in 10 youth gamers addicted
Gentile
2009
ISU News Service
Video games can teach helpful behavior
Anderson, Gentile
2008
MSNBC
Violent video games linked to teen aggression
Anderson, Gentile
2008
Washington Post
Study links violent video games, Hostility
Anderson, Gentile
2008
ISU News Service
CSV paper finds violent video game effects across cultures
Anderson, Gentile
2008
Des Moines Register
ISU study: Video game violence affects cultures similarly
Anderson, Gentile
2008
CNN.com/health
Violent video games linked to child aggression
Anderson, Gentile
2008
KidsFirst.org
Violent video game use predicts aggressive behavior in the U.S. and Japan
Anderson, Gentile
2008
ISU News Service
Study finds how physical inactivity, screen time contribute to overweight kids Gentile
2008
Associated Press
Video games can aid students, surgeons Gentile
2007
Time
The Newest Addictions on Campus Gentile
2007
Science Daily
Public Policy and Effects of Media Violence on Children Anderson, Gentile, Saleem
2007
Science Daily
How Violent Video Games are Exemplary Aggression Teachers Gentile
2007
Eye on Psi Chi/Nebraska Wesleyan
General Media Violence FAQ Anderson
2006
USA Today
TV, Gaming hurts school performance Gentile
2005
American Psychological Association
Full Resolution on APA's Call for Reduction of Violence in Video Games Anderson
2005
American Psychological Association
Press Release on APA's Call for Reduction of Violence in Video Games
Anderson
2004
Psychology Matters
Violence in the Media - Psychologists Help Protect Children from Harmful Effects Anderson
2004
American Psychological Association
The Influence of Media Violence on Youth Anderson
2004
Psychology Matters
Violent Video Games: Protecting Children Anderson
2004
Government of Ontario, Canada
Canadian Media Violence Report Anderson
2003
Psychological Science Agenda
Video Game Violence Update
Anderson
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TV Interviews and Media

Date
Length (min)
Source
Subject
Participant
7/17/12
48:29
ISRA Conference Keynote
Keynote speech to ISRA XXth World Meeting
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Anderson
4/8/10
1:51
Australian Broadcasting Corp
Sexualised images of children on the rise
Anderson
3/16/09
4:29
Australian Broadcasting Corp
Violent Computer Games
PDF overview of the interview
Anderson
2007
7:44
Social Psychology and Human Nature
Learning to be Violent Anderson
9/19/06
6:12
MSNBC Live
Violent Video Game Effects, and Parental and Industry Responsibility
Anderson
12/4/04
2:48
CNN News (excerpt)
Violent Video Game Effects Anderson
11/22/04
1:52
KCCI Des Moines News
JFK Assassination Video Game Anderson
11/22/04
2:27
CBS Evening News
JFK Assassination Video Game
Anderson
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