Reasearch: Watching a 1-Minute Safety Makes Pre-Teens More Careful Around Firearms
By Dan Zimmerman
By Brad Bushman and Sophie Kjaervik, The Ohio State University
Children who watched a 1-minute-long gun safety video were more cautious when they found a real handgun hidden in a drawer in our lab compared to children who watched a car safety video, according to our randomized clinical trial published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics. We observed this difference even though children saw the gun safety video a week earlier at home and even after they had watched scenes from a violent movie in our lab.
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