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Submitted: 25 June 2016 Modified: 25 June 2016
HERDIN Record #: NCR-ADMU-ASMPH16062508395657

Factors Associated with the Development of Increased Violence And Aggression Among Male Filipino Video Gamers Aged 15-25 Years.

Pristine Marie Bernardo,
Tracy Camille Chan,
Mary Lourdes Grace David,
Jeremie De Guzman,
Miguel Villanueva,
Noel Raphael Villarete,
Patrick Yalung

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Objectives

General Objective: The general objective of the study is to investigate which of the various factors identified to be found in gaming are strongly correlated with the development of violence and aggression in male Filipino gamers aged 15-25 years.

Specific Objectives:

1. To identify which among the various rick factors, such as type of game, ergonomics and playing environment, frequency of playing, nutrition, lifestyle, outside playing, number of platforms, and number of players has the strongest correlation with the development of violence and aggression among Filipino subjects; and

2. To describe the proportions of the symptoms appearing in target population.

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