Early childhood computer experience and cognitive and motor development.

@article{Li2004EarlyCC,
  title={Early childhood computer experience and cognitive and motor development.},
  author={Xiaoming Li and Melissa S. Atkins},
  journal={Pediatrics},
  year={2004},
  volume={113 6},
  pages={
          1715-22
        }
}
OBJECTIVES To explore the association between early computer experience (both accessibility and frequency of use) and cognitive and psychomotor development among young children. METHODS The participants were 122 preschool children enrolled in a rural county Head Start program in the United States during 2001-2002. The following tests were administered to the children: the Bender Visual Motor Gestalt Test; the Boehm Test of Basic Concepts, Third Edition Preschool; the Test of Gross Motor… 

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