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Screen Time and the Effects on Development for Children Ages Birth to Five Years

  title={Screen Time and the Effects on Development for Children Ages Birth to Five Years},
  author={Jessica M Dauw},
Use of touchscreen technology by 0–3-year-old children: Parents’ practices and perspectives in Norway, Portugal and Japan
This paper discusses findings from online surveys completed by parents of 0–3-year-old children in Norway, Portugal and Japan concerning their young children’s use of touchscreen technology. The
Going Grey: Exploring the Potential of Electrophoretic Displays
This research investigates the potential of using E-paper devices in input-heavy applications scenarios that are realistic for both office work and school education, in pursuit of high efficiency, better usability and a healthier life style.


Relationship between Television Viewing and Language Delay in Toddlers: Evidence from a Korea National Cross-Sectional Survey
Two-year-old Korean toddlers’ average daily TV watching time of more than 2 hours was related with language delay, and the risk of language delay increased proportionately with the increase in toddler’s TV Watching time.
Association of Screen Time Use and Language Development in Hispanic Toddlers
The findings support the mounting literature on the deleterious impacts of screen media in toddler’s language development and Guidance and alternatives to screen media use should be available to families in pediatric practices and early childhood centers.
Glow kids: How screen addiction is hijacking our kids-and how to break the trance
  • New York, NY: St. Martin's Press.
  • 2016
Can Infants and Toddlers Learn Words from Repeat Exposure to an Infant Directed DVD?
The current experiment employed a mixed design to assess word learning in 70 infants under the age of 2. Infants (4–24 months) were randomly assigned to watch 1 of 2 educational DVDs in their homes,
Exploring the Impact of Television Watching on Vocabulary Skills in Toddlers
With the rising incidence of television consumption in children, the aim of the present study was to investigate the impact of such habits on vocabulary skills in young children. Very little research
Screen Sense: Setting the Record Straight Research-Based Guidelines for Screen Use for Children Under 3 Years Old
The research is also clear about what constitutes quality early learning experiences: ones that build skills, character, and the ability to be successful in school, relationships, and life. These
Media Use and Child Sleep: The Impact of Content, Timing, and Environment
Violent content and evening media use were associated with increased sleep problems, however, no such effects were observed with nonviolent daytime media use.
Do Verbal Interactions with Infants During Electronic Media Exposure Mitigate Adverse Impacts on their Language Development as Toddlers?
Evidence showed that media verbal interactions moderated adverse impacts of media exposure found on 14-month language development, with adverse associations found only in the absence of these interactions.
Infant and Early Childhood Exposure to Adult-Directed and Child-Directed Television Programming: Relations with Cognitive Skills at Age Four
This study described the relations among the amount of child-directed versus adult-directed television exposure at ages 1 and 4 with cognitive outcomes at age 4. Sixty parents completed 24-hour
Exposure to Media Violence and Other Correlates of Aggressive Behavior in Preschool Children.
This article examines the play behavior of 70 preschool children and its relationship to television violence and regulatory status. Linear regression analysis showed that violent program content and