White college students who play violent video games as black characters rather than white ones will afterward force imaginary partners who dislike spicy food to eat 115 percent more hot sauce. | Harper's Magazine

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White college students who play violent video games as black characters rather than white ones will afterward force imaginary partners who dislike spicy food to eat 115 percent more hot sauce.

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White college students who play violent video games as black characters rather than white ones will afterward force imaginary partners who dislike spicy food to eat 115 percent more hot sauce.

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