Violent video games have often been in the spotlight, often blamed for violent behavior of children. I've written a couple of posts on the subject as well.
Now, a new article by Omaha's KETV7 boasts that Indiana School of Medicine researchers put one (1!) brain scan of a kid who played a violent game next to one (1!) scan of a kid who played a non-violent game, and they noticed differences! (insert streak of hysteria here).
Yes, video games can trigger a physiological response, so can aromatherapy! And from the sound of it, these researchers didn't exactly go above and beyond themselves to find out exactly what happens to a population exposed to violent video games.
Be weary of false prophets, and scientists on a political mission!