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Affective behaviors included exhibitions of anger such as shouting and throwing magazines at the television. Such behaviors were less evident behaviors in participants who watched television in groups of three. Instead, participants in group watching were more likely to interject critical or humorous comments regarding the content of particular television programs. Massachusetts state and municipal governments have initiated several programs to improve public safety, including community policing and after school activities Innovations 1997). If "Anonymous" is specified as the author, treat it as if it were a real name: (Anonymous, 1996). Books List the author's last name first with initial of the first name; year of publication in parentheses; title of book underlined (capitalize only the first word of the title and of any subtitle, and all proper nouns the edition (if any) in parentheses; place of publication; and publisher.