Parent-child interactions during traditional and computer storybook reading for children's comprehension: Implications for electronic storybook design

@article{Lauricella2014ParentchildID,
  title={Parent-child interactions during traditional and computer storybook reading for children's comprehension: Implications for electronic storybook design},
  author={A. Lauricella and R. Barr and S. Calvert},
  journal={Int. J. Child Comput. Interact.},
  year={2014},
  volume={2},
  pages={17-25}
}
  • A. Lauricella, R. Barr, S. Calvert
  • Published 2014
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • Int. J. Child Comput. Interact.
  • The purpose of this study was to examine how parents and children interact during traditional and computer storybook reading in their home. Thirty-nine, 4-year old children read both a traditional and a computer storybook with a parent. Parent responsiveness and child verbalizations were coded during each type of book reading experience (traditional vs. computer). Parents' interactions during traditional and computer storybooks were similar for many variables but differed on overall parent… CONTINUE READING
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