NEWS WATCH: NPD STUDIES THE IMPACT OF VIDEO GAMES ON TOYS

PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. -- Boys ages 5 to 12 are spending more time playing video games than with each of the traditional toy categories in an average week, while girls in the same age group tend to spend more or comparable time with several toy categories as they do video games, according to a recent report from the NPD Group here, "Toying with Video Games: An In-depth Report on the Impact of Video

PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. -- Boys ages 5 to 12 are spending more time playing video games than with each of the traditional toy categories in an average week, while girls in the same age group tend to spend more or comparable time with several toy categories as they do video games, according to a recent report from the NPD Group here, "Toying with Video Games: An In-depth Report on the Impact of Video Games on Traditional Toys." The report said the average time children ages 5 to 12 spend play

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