Results from 477 studies on the effect of violent video games on negative outcomes.
The data frame contains the following columns:
|author|| ||first author|
|year|| ||publication year|
|outcome|| ||one of seven outcomes|
|best|| || if
|experimental|| || if
|adult|| || if
|country|| ||country of study|
|ni|| ||sample size|
|yi|| ||observed mean difference in outcome (violent vs. non-violent)|
|vi|| ||corresponding sampling variance|
Baskerville, N. B., Liddy, C., & Hogg, W. (2012). Systematic review and meta-analysis of practice facilitation within primary care settings. The Annals of Family Medicine, 10(1), 63-74. Hilgard, J., Engelhardt, C. R., & Rouder, J. N. (2017). Overstated evidence for short-term effects of violent games on affect and behavior: A reanalysis of Anderson et al.(2010).
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