Too Much TV Watching in Childhood Results to Long-Term Antisocial Behavior


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According to a new University of Otago, New Zealand, Children and teens who watch a lot of television are prone to demonstrate antisocial and criminal behavior when grown up.

The study is published online in the US journal Pediatrics and targeted a group of around 1000 children born in Dunedin City, New Zealand in 1972-73.

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