عنوان مقاله [English]
The present study aimed at comparing the aggression of students using violent computer games and other elementary school students in Aligudarz. The research employed causal-comparative method in which the researcher compared the effects of using violent computer games on aggression of students. The population of the present study was 3908 male elementary school students in Aligudarz during 2015-16. 50 students were randomly selected from four schools and then Eysenck's aggression test, with 29 equivocal questions were provided to them. To test the research hypothesis, independent t test was used at the significance level of 0.05. Results showed a significant difference between the means of study. In other words, using violent computer games significantly affected aggression level of male elementary students in Aligudarz and a significant difference was observed between users and non- users.Also, the results showed that more than half of the users of these games tend to play violent computer games and tend to play these games individually. In addition, the findings showed that group use had a greater effect on aggression.
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