Children who are actively immersed in the superhero culture are more likely to be aggressive and have little chance of protecting their companions, according to a recent study by Brigham Young University (BYU).
Does the Superhero culture make children more aggressive?Professor BYU, Sarah M. Coynehe wondered what might be the reason why big-group high school boys and girls who adore superheroes do not take the positive qualities but the aggressive ones from these stories. " Parents mostly believe that this helps children find positive role models and thus protect their weaker, or possibly punished, peers. Unfortunately, this is not the case, but on the contrary: stories will be more aggressiveand they don't even think about protecting their companions, "says Coyne. According to the material published in the Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, this does not mean that the children completely turn their backs on Batman or Superman, but rather that they are not to be left alone with these stories, without any explicit comment, or do not take the matter into consideration.