Screenieboppers and extreme screenies: the place of screen time in the time budgets of 10–13 year‐old Australian children

@article{Olds2006ScreenieboppersAE,
  title={Screenieboppers and extreme screenies: the place of screen time in the time budgets of 10–13 year‐old Australian children},
  author={T. Olds and K. Ridley and J. Dollman},
  journal={Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health},
  year={2006},
  volume={30}
}
  • T. Olds, K. Ridley, J. Dollman
  • Published 2006
  • Medicine
  • Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health
  • Objectives: Excessive ‘screen time’ has been associated with a range of psychosocial disturbances and increasing pediatric obesity. This study describes the magnitude, distribution, composition and time‐distribution of children's screen use; examines correlates of screen use; and characterises ‘extreme’ screen users (top quartile). 

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