When I saw someone die or get hurt, it would cause me emotional pain like my heart was being torn apart-even if I knew nothing about the person at all. When someone was suffering emotionally, I would notice and want to make them feel better. But not only were the kids around me able to ignore the news that someone had died that day, but able to play video games where they killed virtual people in a very real-looking way and ENJOY doing it. Mainstream news and television is usually filled with physical and emotional pain, and I (who had not been exposed to much of it) noticed that my classmates (who had been exposed to it) did not seem to respond as strongly emotionally. Maybe this is just a coincidence, but it could also be another example of what was shown in this study, so I think that it's something worth looking into.