Statements on Media Violence Effects by Major Scientific Groups

2016 American Academy of Pediatrics Policy Statement on Media and Young Minds (0-5 years)
2016 American Academy of Pediatrics Policy Statement on Media Use in School-Aged
2016 American Academy of Pediatrics Policy Statement on Virtual Violence
2015 American Psychological Association Policy Statement and Resolution on Violent Video Game Effects
2014 Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues Research Summary on Media Violence
2014 State of New Jersey Media Violence Pamphlet
2013 United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child
2013 American Academy of Pediatrics Policy Statement on Children & Media Use
2012 International Society for Research on Aggression Statement on Media Violence Effects
2011 American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry  Children & TV Violence
2009 American Academy of Pediatrics Policy Statement on Media Violence Effects
2005 American Psychological Association
2004 Canada Action Agenda
2003 Surgeon General's Expert Panel on Media Violence  Note: This is not an official report from the U.S. Surgeon General's office. This is a journal article written by the members of the media violence expert panel for the journal Psychological Science in the Public Interest. For more details, see the Ceci & Bjork editorial.
2000 Joint Statement to U.S. Congress by a Summit of Six Professional/Scientific Societies
2000 Australian Psychological Society
1972 U.S. Surgeon General's Report: Television and Growing Up