SELECTED RESEARCH ON SCREEN TIME AND CHILDREN

Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood
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Connecting Wisely In the Digital Age

Raising Digital Natives
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Kids Unplug

Healthy Eating for Families
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Steve Jobs was a Low Tech Parent

The New York Times
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Kids on Screen Time Diet Lost Weight and Got Better Grades

Scientific American
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A Reconsideration of Children and Screen Time

The New York Times
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What Screen Time Can Really do to Kids’ Brains

Sussex Publishers, LLC | HealthProfs.com
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Last Child in the Woods – Video

A PSA for class on Nature Deficit Disorder

Where Do the Children Play – Video

What is you favorite childhood memory? How we spend our time as a child affects who we grow up to be. With children spending so much time inside, where does outdoor play come in? What will this generation of children remember?

Television and Children - Boston Children's Hospital - Top 20 Health Challenges

Kids spend on average 7.5 hours a day in front of various kinds of screens (phone, TV, computer, video games). Does this play a role in childhood obesity and, regardless, can screens be enlisted as part of the solution to childhood obesity?

Studies on video games and violence

Vice President Biden looks at violence in video games in his efforts to curb gun violence. Research is conflicting.