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In-text: (Anderson, Carnagey and Eubanks, 2003)
Your Bibliography: Anderson, C., Carnagey, N. and Eubanks, J., 2003. Exposure to violent media: The effects of songs with violent lyrics on aggressive thoughts and feelings. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 84(5), pp.960-971.
In-text: (Fischer and Greitemeyer, 2006)
Your Bibliography: Fischer, P. and Greitemeyer, T., 2006. Music and Aggression: The Impact of Sexual-Aggressive Song Lyrics on Aggression-Related Thoughts, Emotions, and Behavior Toward the Same and the Opposite Sex. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 32(9), pp.1165-1176.
In-text: (Hyatt, Berke, Miller and Zeichner, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Hyatt, C., Berke, D., Miller, J. and Zeichner, A., 2017. Do beliefs about gender roles moderate the relationship between exposure to misogynistic song lyrics and men's female-directed aggression?. Aggressive Behavior, 43(2), pp.123-132.
In-text: (Pieschl and Fegers, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Pieschl, S. and Fegers, S., 2016. Violent Lyrics = Aggressive Listeners? Effects of song lyrics and tempo on cognition, affect, and self-reported arousal. Journal of Media Psychology, 28(1), pp.32-41.
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