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A study by the University of Iowa found fans of violent video games have an increased level of aggression. The authors of the Grand Theft Childhood: The Surprising Truth About Violent Video Games and What Parents Can Do say. The real reason for aggression is that a teenager is trying to tell you that he has problems, says Frida Ghitis. Ghitis: Blaming games, books or films for the fact that your child behaves aggressively is just a waste of the time that could be spent on analyzing the problem.