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many of the same scientists have been working and studying this subject matter for many years. So fortunately, after becoming familiar with the names of the leading psychologists including Albert Bandura, it made my research less difficult when scouring for information on the topic. Works Cited Gerbner, George. Ph.D., “Violence on Television.” American Psychological Association . April 1992. Bandura, A. “‘Influence of Models Re-enforcement Contingencies on the Acquisition of Imitative Responses.” Journal of Personality and Social psychology, 1965. (589-595.) Beckman, Jeanne. Ph.D. “Some of the Specifics and Statistics That All Parents Should Know.” National Parent Information Network. 1998. NPIN. Collins, W. A. “Effects of Temporal Separation Between Motivation,

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