According to a new study, certain online activities might encourage kids to "release their anger" or otherwise be aggressive in ways they normally would not in the real world, Reuters reports. Whether this eventually pushes teens to be more aggressive in real life is not yet clear, the study said. In a study of more than 9,400 Taiwanese teenagers, the researchers found that those with signs of internet "addiction" were more likely to say they had hit, shoved, or threatened someone in the past year. The link remained when the investigators accounted for several other factors--including the teenagers' scores on...

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