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Research Papers - The Effects of Media Influence and Screen Culture on the Developing Child

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Visit pediatrics.aappublications.org September 2010 Time Well Spent? Relating Television Use to Children's Free-Time Activities.
by Elizabeth A. Vandewater, PhDa,b,c,d,David S. Bickham, PhDb,c,d, June H. Lee, PhDb,c
Child development, Children, Media, Television
Download SexualizationReport.pdf September 2010 Document: APA Report of the APA Task Force on the Sexualisation of Girls.
by Professor Zurbriggen
Girls, Sexualisation, Media, Advertising, Television
Visit pediatrics.aappublications.org September 2010 Early Television Exposure and Subsequent Attention Problems in Children, American Academy of Pediatrics, Volume 113, April 2006.
by Dimitri A. Christakis, MD, MPH; Frederick J. Zimmerman, PhD; David L. DiGiuseppe, MSc; Carolyn A. McCarty, PhD from Department of Pediatrics, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington; Child Health Institute, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington; Department of Health Services, Seattle, Washington; Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center, Seattle, Washington
ADHD, Screen, Children, Attention, Television viewing
Visit pediatrics.aappublications.org September 2010 Psychological Distress; Television Viewing and Physical Activity in Children aged 4 to 12, American Academy of Pediatrics, Volume 122, 5 May 2009.
by Mark Hamer, PhD, Emmanuel Stamatakis, PhD, Gita Mishra, PhD from Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, University College London, London, United Kingdom
Aggressive behaviour, TV, Screen exposure, Sedentary, Physical activity, Mental health, Depression, Children
Visit pediatrics.aappublications.org September 2010 Television Viewing Habits and Sleep Disturbance in School Children, American Academy of Pediatrics, Volume 104, 3 September 1999.
by Judith Owens, Rolanda Maxim, Melissa McGuinnDagger, Chantelle NobileDagger, Michael Msall, and Anthony Alario - from the Departments of Pediatrics and Dagger, Child and Family Psychiatry, Hasbro Children's Hospital and Brown University School of Medicine, Providence, Rhode Island.
Television, sleep
Download pdf from the Aric Sigman website 2009 WELL CONNECTED - the biological implications of social networking.
by Dr Aric Sigman. Sigman, A. (2009) Volume 56 Number 1, February 2009 | Biologist
Social networking, computer, social connection, mortality, television, brain development, children, attentional problems
Download Well-Connected-the-biological-implications-of-social-networking.pdf 2008 'WELL CONNECTED' - effects of the integrated learning environment.
(Ruskin Mill Educational Trust) Sigman, A. (2008) Volume 56 Number 1, February 2009 | Biologist
Autism, aspergers syndrome, social behaviour, mental health, role modelling, mentoring, television, computers

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