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The issue on the effect of violent video game to aggressive behavior has gained wide interest from various communities. This paper presents some results of predicting quantitative measure of aggressive behavior from variables that measure violent video game playing. Experiment results showed that Decision Tree Regression (DTR) and Adaptive Boosting Tree Regression (AB-DTR) models predicted aggressive behavior intentions with high accuracy. For predicting Hostile variable: DTR’s training and testing RMSE (0.0, 0.0); AB-DTR’s training and testing RMSE (0.08, 1.08). For predicting Instru variable: DTR’s training and testing RMSE (0.0, 2.18); AB-DTR’s training and testing RMSE (0.0, 3.30) respectively.
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