Psychologists Protest NPR's Margot Adler reports that some psychologists are also starting to worry about the degree to which children are exposed to violence in tv ads for movies. They staged a protest last week outside of an advertising industry's awards ceremony. But the industry says many of their awards go towards public service announcements that encourage children not to engage in destructive behaviors such as smoking.

Psychologists Protest

Psychologists Protest

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NPR's Margot Adler reports that some psychologists are also starting to worry about the degree to which children are exposed to violence in tv ads for movies. They staged a protest last week outside of an advertising industry's awards ceremony. But the industry says many of their awards go towards public service announcements that encourage children not to engage in destructive behaviors such as smoking.

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