A/Prof Wayne Warburton

Biography

Dr Wayne Warburton is an Associate Professor of developmental psychology at Macquarie University and is also a registered psychologist. His research and scientific publications are primarily about aggressive behaviour, violent and prosocial media, and screen disorders. He is co-author of several statements by international panels of experts, including on media violence and on youth violence for the International Society for Research on Aggression and on video game violence for the US Supreme Court. He has won over 25 awards for his scholarship and teaching, including the 2018 Distinguished Scientific Contribution to Media Psychology and Technology Award from the American Psychological Association.

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Podcasts | Lectures

Do Violent Computer Games Cause Aggressive Behaviour? – Understanding the Evidence – Lecture

A/Prof Wayne Warburton | Created on 22 June 2022
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Monographs

Untangling the Weird, Wired Web of Gaming Disorder and its Classification

A/Prof Wayne Warburton | Created on 04 September 2019
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Monographs

Violent Video Games and Their Impact

This article outlines the research findings about the impact of playing violent video games and advises on healthy ... View more
A/Prof Wayne Warburton | Created on 04 July 2018
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