Concordance of Child and Parent Reports of Children's Screen Media Use.

@article{Wood2019ConcordanceOC,
  title={Concordance of Child and Parent Reports of Children's Screen Media Use.},
  author={Charles T. Wood and Jane D. Brown and Callie L Brown and Janna B Howard and Michael J. Steiner and Andrew J. Perrin and Cary Levine and Eliana Miller Perrin},
  journal={Academic pediatrics},
  year={2019}
}
OBJECTIVE Little is known about the concordance of parent and child reports of children's media consumption, even though parents are often asked to report for their children in clinical care settings. We aimed to understand how parent and child reports of children's media consumption differ in an era of changing screen media consumption via personal devices. METHODS As part of a larger study about the reception of health-related cues from children's media, children ages 9 to 11 (N=114) and… CONTINUE READING
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