that a majority of video games include violence and about half of ..

There is a significant preponderance of literature pointing to the negative effect of violent video games on children. Conversely, a debate continues on the topic, especially in regards to assertions that these games produce aggressive and/or antisocial behavior. One of the most widely expressed complaints about the research is that video game playing—even violent games—are simply part of normal adolescent behavior. Furthermore, it is claimed that nearly all media that young people are exposed to include violence so it is impossible to isolate violent video games as the greater source of problematic youth behavior (DiLisi et al. 134). Specifically, a study by Ferguson, San Miguel, Garza, and Jerabeck claimed,

with several studies finding no effects of violent video games on children and ..

Let’s choose a topic: The effect of violent video games on children. For this demonstration, we are using only Wikipedia as a data source. Let’s watch as Watson ingests all of Wikipedia and creates pro and con arguments based on the information it finds relevant to this topic.

Video Games and Children: Playing with Violence

Bushman,A Review of the Effects of Violent Video Games on Children and Other researchers pooh-pooh such assertions and say that scientific findings have been decidedly mixed — with several studies finding no effects of violent video games on children and teens who play them.

the long-term effects that violent games can have on children

The effect of violent video games on children has been a public health concern for many years. No quantitative analysis of video game contents for games rated as suitable for all audiences was made until 2001 (). The study concluded that many video games rated as suitable for all audiences contained significant amounts of violence (64% contained intentional violence and 60% rewarded players for injuring a character). Therefore, current ratings of video games leave much room for improvement ().

It's A Duel: How Do Violent Video Games Affect Kids? : NPR