A controversial new study from a Japanese researcher finds that computer games might stunt teenagers' developing brains and cause them to be more disposed to violence than their parents, regardless of the level of violence in the games' content.

The video game industry and some educators dispute the study's conclusions, citing other research that suggests video games actually can be beneficial to learning.

Brain-mapping expert Professor Ryuta Kawashima and his team


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