Media and stress in adolescent boys - psychophysiological effects of violent and non-violent television programs and video games

Maass A, Wolf OT, Lohaus A (2010)
Journal of Children and Media 4(1): 18-38.

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Maass A, Wolf OT, Lohaus A. Media and stress in adolescent boys - psychophysiological effects of violent and non-violent television programs and video games. Journal of Children and Media. 2010;4(1):18-38.
Maass, A., Wolf, O. T., & Lohaus, A. (2010). Media and stress in adolescent boys - psychophysiological effects of violent and non-violent television programs and video games. Journal of Children and Media, 4(1), 18-38.
Maass, A., Wolf, O. T., and Lohaus, A. (2010). Media and stress in adolescent boys - psychophysiological effects of violent and non-violent television programs and video games. Journal of Children and Media 4, 18-38.
Maass, A., Wolf, O.T., & Lohaus, A., 2010. Media and stress in adolescent boys - psychophysiological effects of violent and non-violent television programs and video games. Journal of Children and Media, 4(1), p 18-38.
A. Maass, O.T. Wolf, and A. Lohaus, “Media and stress in adolescent boys - psychophysiological effects of violent and non-violent television programs and video games”, Journal of Children and Media, vol. 4, 2010, pp. 18-38.
Maass, A., Wolf, O.T., Lohaus, A.: Media and stress in adolescent boys - psychophysiological effects of violent and non-violent television programs and video games. Journal of Children and Media. 4, 18-38 (2010).
Maass, Asja, Wolf, Oliver Tobias, and Lohaus, Arnold. “Media and stress in adolescent boys - psychophysiological effects of violent and non-violent television programs and video games”. Journal of Children and Media 4.1 (2010): 18-38.
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