Psychological impact of mass violence depends on affective tone of media content
PloS one, Volume 14, Issue 4, 2019.
Exposure to media coverage of mass violence has been shown to predict poorer mental health symptomology. However, it is unknown whether such media coverage can have ubiquitous effects on average community members, extending to biological and perceptual processes that underlie everyday decision making and behavior. Here, we used a repeated...More
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