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Editor: Margaret Ryznar
Indiana University
Robert H. McKinney School of Law

Thursday, April 6, 2006

Bullies Watch Television?

"The more television 4-year-old children watch the more likely they are to become bullies later on in school, a U.S. study said. At the same time, children whose parents read to them, take them on outings and just generally pay attention to them are less likely to become bullies, said the report from the University of Washington. Bullying can now be added "to the list of potential negative consequences of excessive television viewing along with obesity, inattention and other types of aggression," said Frederick Zimmerman who led the research." PakTribune Link to Article  (last visited 4-5-06 NVS)

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