October 2005
Prevention;Oct2005, Vol. 57 Issue 10, p30
Reports that 4-year-olds who watch too much television are more likely to become bullies later in life. How the lack of social interaction may lead to aggressive behavior.


Related Articles

  • Violence and television.  // British Medical Journal;4/10/1976, Vol. 1 Issue 6014, p856 

    Focuses on the effects of viewing violent television programs on children in Great Britain. Comparison between the occurrence of violence in children and adult television; Publication of television codes and guidelines for children television programs; Increase of aggressive behavior in the young.

  • Blame it on the box. Motluk, Alison // New Scientist;4/6/2002, Vol. 174 Issue 2337, p16 

    Focuses on the link between watching television and violence in the U.S. Identification of the risk factors for aggressive behavior; Prevalence of violence in programming for children; Reduction of adolescent exposure to television violence.

  • Externalizing Behaviors and Television Viewing in Children of Low-Income Minority Parents. Gupta, Vidya B.; Nwosa, Nkemdilim M.; Nadel, Traci A.; Inamdar, Sarla // Clinical Pediatrics;Jun2001, Vol. 40 Issue 6, p337 

    Summary: The parents of 151 children, ages 4-16 years, attending the pediatric outpatient clinic of an urban hospital were surveyed to determine if aggressive behavior among children of low literacy and low-income parents is related to excessive television viewing or to sociological variables...

  • How TV affects our children. Pinette, Gilles // Raven's Eye;Jun2001, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p8 

    Focuses on the physiological effects of television on children in Canada. Correlation between television exposure and aggressive behavior in kids; Advantages and disadvantages of television viewing; Lists of tips for healthy television viewing.

  • IN SHORT. Dea, Vanessa // Education Week;01/31/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 20, p8 

    Presents study results on the effects of watching less television on the aggressive behavior of children in California. Methods for assessing aggressive behavior; Decrease in aggressive thoughts and behaviors of participants; Importance of the result for policymakers.

  • TV exposure associated with aggressive behaviour in very young.  // Community Practitioner;Dec2009, Vol. 82 Issue 12, p38 

    The article presents an analysis about the associations between aggressive behaviour among American three-year-old children and exposure to television (TV). The analysis showed that childhood aggression was associated with direct exposure and household use of TV. The study concluded that the...

  • Popular TV shows in 1995-1996.  // World Almanac for Kids;1996, p140 

    Lists the most popular television programs in two age groups of children. Groups being children ages 6-11 and children ages 12-17.

  • TV: Elderly pastime. Colman, Adrian // Youth Studies Australia;Mar1998, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p10 

    Focuses on an article published in the December 13, 1997 issue of the periodical `Weekend Australian,' discussing the reduction of time spent on television viewing by children and young adults in Australia. Cutting down of television time by more than three hours a week since 1991; AC Nielsen...

  • Remote patrol. Buchholz, Rachel // Boys' Life;Sep98, Vol. 88 Issue 9, p24 

    Provides information on several television shows in the United States that are best for kids. `Histeria!'; `Jep!'; `Popular Mechanics for Kids'; `Squigglevision'; `Nick News'; `Mark's Web World.' INSET: What's it rated?.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics