Examples of media sources discussing the potential relationship between video games and violence:
DEFINITIONS OF POPULAR PSYCHOLOGY:
Psychological or pseudopsychological counseling, interpretations, concepts, terminology, etc., often simplistic or superficial, popularized by certain personalities, magazine articles, television shows, advice columns, or the like, that influence the general public.
Beliefs about psychology, and about ways of applying psychology which are not based on science.
The term "pop psychologist" can be used to describe authors, consultants, lecturers and entertainers who are widely perceived as being psychologists, not because of their academic credentials, but because they have projected that image or have been perceived in that way in response to their work.
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TV Shows***News Outlets***Websites
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