Kids Who Watch More TV Dominate Trivial Pursuit Games, Study Says

“The researchers from Harvey Mudd College determined that children who watched more television had a greater chance of winning trivia games than those who did not watch TV. The study found that the chance of winning such games rose by 34 percent for every hour of television watched.” – more

5 thoughts on “Kids Who Watch More TV Dominate Trivial Pursuit Games, Study Says

  1. You’re just lucky there wasn’t a Dukes of Hazard question, Josh. Then we REALLY would have smoked ya!

  2. Pingback: KevinDonahue.com
  3. After last night, I agree with the article! But if we were having a spelling contest, looks like we’d be in the running to win considering Kev spelled the Hazzard with one Z!

Comments are closed.