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In 1973, a remote town first acquired television. Shortly [#permalink] New post 16 Jul 2005, 12:51
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In 1973, a remote town first acquired television. Shortly before broadcasts began there, a study was made of children's behavior. A similar study in the same community, after two years of TV, showed that the aggression rate among children of this age had increased by 160%. The conclusion drawn was that TV plays an important role in generating aggressive behavior in children. A similar study, covering the same years, was made in two similar communities that had had television for decades. This study showed no change in the aggression rate from 1973 to 1975. The results of the second study:

A) suggest that the prevalence of violent themes in TV programming may be explained by the tendencies toward violence which are deeply-rooted in human nature.

B) indicate that different social groups may react quite differently to similar stimuli.

C) demonstrate that long-term exposure to TV has no more severe effects than short-term exposure.

D) support the conclusion drawn from the first study.

E) disprove the conclusion drawn from the first study.
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 [#permalink] New post 17 Jul 2005, 06:24
Picked B.

THe Q seemz OK ! Why did you think it to be poor !

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Re: CR Series..#12..I think its a bad Qs? How about YOU?? [#permalink] New post 17 Jul 2005, 20:28
B.
It is between B and C. leaning towards B. C says long term and short term but the passage doesnot say anything about short and long term.
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 [#permalink] New post 18 Jul 2005, 01:35
D)...it cannot be B) b/c we dont know whether the communities are two different social groups. C) is out b/c we dont know the effects of long-time-exposure. we only know the effects of short-time-exposure. D) is the only one that can be infered from the given facts.

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 [#permalink] New post 18 Jul 2005, 08:48
HowManyToGo wrote:
THe Q seemz OK ! Why did you think it to be poor !

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Seems poor to me.

It is not (E), because the second does not try to refute the first conclusion. the first conclusion does not say that TV is the only factor...., but an important factor.

However, by elimination , i'll choose (B). I am not strong on (B) because '...a similar expt was conducted' meaning that we are refering to the same social group (children, maybe of same ages, etc)
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 [#permalink] New post 18 Jul 2005, 08:57
Absolutely valid question for GMAT...No issues about the validity

My pick would be B
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 [#permalink] New post 18 Jul 2005, 09:03
Shud be "D".....All other ans are out of scope except "E" which is wrong.
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 [#permalink] New post 18 Jul 2005, 09:09
It has to be D.
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 [#permalink] New post 19 Jul 2005, 01:34
oh i see it's (D). the children in the two other neigbourhoods (call it whatever) already are aggressive, perhaps, so we expect no much changes. all others are out-of-scope.
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