In the article, Linder discusses two of her research projects on viewing habits. One of her studies analyzed the viewing habits and preferences of fifth-grade girls. Linder found that the girls who watched television shows that contained relational aggression that was rewarded, tended to also display that kind of behavior. In the article, Linder also discusses her research on how different kinds of movie clips, aggressive and nonaggressive, affect female college students.
Read the full story in the Toronto Star newspaper.