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Columbia Southern University Violence Sex and Dreams Article Review

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Wade and Tavris explain that various factors combine to influence one’s thinking patterns and behaviors. Most would agree that we are inundated with outside influences on a continuous basis. The need to stay connected to various forms of media is growing by leaps and bounds. Have you ever wondered what impact media consumption could be having in your life? Can viewing violent acts lead to vicious behaviors later? One particular area worthy of closer examination relates to one’s environment and how extraneous information can intrude our waking and restful thoughts. In fact, research conducted by Van den Bulck, Cetin, Terzi, and Bushman (2016) revealed that violent and sexual media viewing can not only influence one’s memories, but this content can have an impact on dreams as well. Read the article listed below. Van den Bulck, J., Cetin, Y., Terzi, O., & Bushman, B. J. (2016). Violence, sex, and dreams: Violent and sexual media content infiltrate our dreams at night. Dreaming, 26(4), 271-279. Retrieved from https://libraryresources.columbiasouthern.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx? direct=true&db=pdh&AN=2016-54555-001&site=ehost-live&scope=site After reading the article, write a review of the article that discusses the featured study, literature from the text, and your opinion of the article as well. Your review should also relate back to the information covered in Unit IV. In your review, be sure to include the following items: Briefly introduce and summarize the article. Identify the authors’ main points. Explain how the study’s results may differ if conducted in the United States as opposed to using Turkish participants. Keep in mind that Turkey has stricter sexual media censorship rules than the United States, and violations of such can produce regulation fines. Explain additional factors that influence learning, conditioning, and behaviors as outlined in the textbook. Examine how one’s dreams influence external behaviors. Describe the impact that violence and social media can have on behaviors. Relate the article back to this course. Does it support the information in your textbook? Your article review must be a minimum of two pages in length. You must reference the assigned article and your textbook. If necessary, you may use other scholarly sources to support your review as well. All sources used must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations. Please be sure to cite any outside sources, and format your paper in accordance with proper APA formatting.

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Running Head: ARTICLE REVIEW: VIOLENCE, SEX AND VIOLENCE

Article review: Violence, Sex and dreams

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ARTICLE REVIEW: VIOLENCE, SEX AND VIOLENCE

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From the article, “Violence, sex, and dreams: Violent and sexual media content infiltrates
our dreams at night” the featured study is that of the interplay of violence and sexual content in
the media, and how they play a significant role in infiltrating dreams at night. The author of the
article concurs with a majority of us that the media is taking a centrestage in the contemporary
world. It is also posited that the media consumption has immense effect on the individuals’ dreams
during sleep times. The advancement of technology has enhanced the increased media
consumption. Interestingly, from the article, it is clear that media in often times acts as the
conveyor of sex and violence that over time poses substantive impact on the media consumers
(Bluck, Terzi & Bushman, 2016). The sexual and violent contents in the media are predicted to
creating thoughts in the semantic memory as enshrined in the cognitive neo-association theory...

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