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DIRECTORATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLS IMPACTS OF TECHNOLOGY USE ON CHILDREN: EXPLORING LITERATURE ON THE BRAIN, COGNITION AND WELL-BEING

@inproceedings{KardefeltWinther2019DIRECTORATEFE,
  title={DIRECTORATE FOR EDUCATION AND SKILLS IMPACTS OF TECHNOLOGY USE ON CHILDREN: EXPLORING LITERATURE ON THE BRAIN, COGNITION AND WELL-BEING},
  author={Daniel Kardefelt-Winther},
  year={2019}
}
................................................................................................................................................. 4 Résumé ................................................................................................................................................... 4 Technology use and children ................................................................................................................ 6 From research to recommendations on screen time for… 

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