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Children’s well-being decreases as media use increases

@inproceedings{Freedman2018ChildrensWD,
  title={Children’s well-being decreases as media use increases},
  author={Marian Freedman and Michael G. Burke},
  year={2018}
}
Compared with their peers who spend no more than 2 hours each weekday exposed to digital media, school-aged children who are in front of screens for longer are less likely to be doing well overall, according to their parents. Furthermore, how much digital media exposure (DME) a child gets is inversely related, in a dose-dependent manner, to markers of childhood “flourishing.” 
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