Study Links Violent Behavior, Excessive TV Watching NPR's Michelle Trudeau reports that a new study is finding a link between violent behavior in children and the amount of television they watch. She talks to a researcher who successfully helped schoolchildren cut back on the amount of time they spend watching TV.
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Study Links Violent Behavior, Excessive TV Watching

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Study Links Violent Behavior, Excessive TV Watching

Study Links Violent Behavior, Excessive TV Watching

Study Links Violent Behavior, Excessive TV Watching

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NPR's Michelle Trudeau reports that a new study is finding a link between violent behavior in children and the amount of television they watch. She talks to a researcher who successfully helped schoolchildren cut back on the amount of time they spend watching TV.