Media and technology use predicts ill-being among children, preteens and teenagers independent of the negative health impacts of exercise and eating habits
Comput. Hum. Behav.
Mental Health and the COVID-19 Crisis: The Hopes and Concerns for Children as Schools Re-open
The findings show that parents had a special concern for the mental health of their children during the transition into lockdown and the ramifications of such experiences in the future as students return to school at the start of the academic year under a different climate.
Effect of Genetic Background Combined with Excessive Media Screen Time on Markers of Cardiovascular Risk in United States Youth Aged Newborn to 20 Years
Effect of Genetic Background Combined with Excessive Media Screen Time on Markers of Cardiovascular Risk in United States Youth Aged Newborn to 20 Years by Maria Moroni MA, University of Pisa, Italy,…
ICT USE IMPLICATIONS FOR EXERCISE PARTICIPATION AND HEALTH IN THE NIGERIAN UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY
Excessive ICT use leads to sedentariness and a reduction in the desire to exercise, and the accumulated effect might accelerate the risk of cardiometabolic, cardiovascular, physiological and mental disorders.
Systematic Review Study on the Impact of the Pandemic on Literacy: Experiences of Parents and Teachers *
With the COVID-19 pandemic, it was necessary to carry out public health measures, including the adoption of remote teaching and modification of the educational practices and experiences of parents…
Digital dementia in the internet generation: excessive screen time during brain development will increase the risk of Alzheimer's disease and related dementias in adulthood.
Journal of integrative neuroscience
Converging evidence from biopsychosocial research in humans and animals demonstrates that chronic sensory stimulation (via excessive screen exposure) affects brain development increasing the risk of…
Recreational Screen Time and Anxiety among College Athletes: Findings from Shanghai
International journal of environmental research and public health
Excessive recreational screen time is a risk indicator of college student athletes’ dispositional anxiety, pre-competition anxiety, and anxiety during competition, which were measured by the Chinese version of validated psychometric scales among athlete population.
How is the COVID-19 lockdown impacting the mental health of parents of school-age children in the UK? A cross-sectional online survey
The sustained adoption of two modifiable health-seeking lifestyle behaviours (increased levels of physical activity and the maintenance of good sleep hygiene practices) wmay help reduce feelings of social isolation and loneliness during lockdown.
Outdoor journeys as a catalyst for enhanced place connectedness and environmental stewardship
Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education
Humans struggle to comprehend, appreciate, and protect natural environments when they have had minimal or no exposure to these spaces. While there are many theoretical explanations for this…
‘Homeschooling’ and the COVID-19 Crisis: The Insights of Parents on Curriculum and Remote Learning
A case study focusing on the perceptions of experiences of ten parents of Elementary school children during the school lockdown in Alberta, Canada, may provide valuable contributions to further inform how to better support learning from home during this ongoing pandemic.
Community-Oriented Biodiversity Environmental education: Its effect on knowledge, values, and behavior among rural fifth- and sixth-grade students in northeastern Thailand
Children and their Environments: Learning, Using and Designing Spaces
An introduction Christopher Spencer and Mark Blades Part I. Children's Understanding of Places: 1. Scale in children's experience with the environment Scott Bell 2. The problem of lost children…
Generation M2: Media in the Lives of 8- to 18-Year-Olds
Reconsidering the Displacement Hypothesis
This study addresses continuing concern over television's displacement of other leisure activities form both substantive and methodological perspectives. It examines past conceptualizations of the…
Out-of-School Television and Schooling: Hypotheses and Methods
The paper categorizes the hypotheses that have related home television use to schooling—hypotheses of time and energy displacement, of interest stimulation, of learning of school-equivalent content,…
Children's sense of place in Northern New Mexico
Abstract In the Hispano homeland of northern New Mexico, children's lives are shaped by land, by family, by culture, and by community. The way these forces work together forms each child's sense of…
When babies watch television: Attention-getting, attention-holding, and the implications for learning from video material.
Some Observations on the Social Effects of Television
DURING the summer of 1948, the Columbia although this result may be misleading since Broadcasting System and Rutgers University the impact is not uniform for various segentered into a joint…
Violence, Conflict, Trickery, and Other Story Themes in TV Ads for Food for Children
Stories in a sample of 92 television (TV) food ads aimed at children were analyzed for thematic and subtextual content. Violence as a surface theme ranked first in use receiving a nonzero score in…