This first set of brain scans shows brain activity during a decision, called Go-No-Go. When it comes to
Indiana University School of Medicine Brain Scan Images
looking into the future, weighing consequences and making decisions, the low media violence exposure group is using a lot of the logical part of their brain; the high media violence exposure group is using very little.
Media violence also makes violent brains: violent TV, movie, and video game exposure had an effect on normal kids that made their brain scans
children with violent TV, movie, and video game exposure had reduced cognitive brain function.
This second set of brain scans show that media violence stunts or "retards" kids' brain development:
the same as children with documented diagnosed Aggressive Behavior Disorder.
Electrical Pulsations of Light (Imagery) and Sound Encoded with Crime, Murder, and
Mayhem are Recorded on the Cranial Brain, the Heart Brain , and Permanently
Stored in the Subconscious Mind of Children, Youth, and Young Adults