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Journal of child and family studies, ISSN 1062-1024, 08/2016, Volume 25, Issue 8, pp. 2636 - 2647
While recent research has documented a rapid increase in the use of new technologies such as touchscreen tablets early in life, little is known about how young... 
Digital broadcasting | Interactive media | Portable computers | Children & youth
Journal Article
American Behavioral Scientist, ISSN 0002-7642, 01/2005, Volume 48, Issue 5, pp. 505 - 522
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has recommended that children younger than 24 months of age not be exposed to television. Nevertheless, television... 
Media | Infants | Children | Television | Attention | infants | VIDEO | television | INFORMATION | BEHAVIOR | media | LESSONS | PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL | IMITATION | VISUAL-ATTENTION | children | SESAME-STREET | attention | DEVELOPMENTAL-CHANGES | SOCIAL SCIENCES, INTERDISCIPLINARY | EXPOSURE | Children in Japan | Preventive health services for children | Vaccination of children | Children of the mentally ill | Respiratory therapy for children | Children of disabled parents | Children of military personnel | Children of abused women | Children of prisoners | Children in television | Minors | Insurance, Child | Children as collectors | Children of single parents | Children of alien laborers | Ethnicity in children | Self-defense for children | Massage for children | Intelligence testing | Children of working parents | Psychodynamic psychotherapy for children | Environment and children | Children of gay parents | Children of immigrants | Vomiting in children | Influence | Children of AIDS patients | Children in Russia | Newspapers and children | Physical therapy for children | Energy metabolism in children | Social case work with children | Hospital care | Children in Africa | Traffic safety and children | Children and sex | Children of entertainers | Children in South Africa | Social work with children | Research | Legitimation of children | School children | Diet therapy for children | Children of Holocaust survivors | Comic books and children | Children of migrant laborers | Language | Speech therapy for children | Physical education for children | Sex education for children | Knowledge, Theory of, in children | Children of drug addicts | Motion pictures and children | Children and politics | Children and philosophy | Children of women prisoners | Children in Sudan | Usage | Exercise therapy for children | Children of working mothers | Social networks | Life skills guides | Children and animals | Performing arts and children | Children, Black | Cognitive therapy for children | Sleep | Immunization of children | Behavior therapy for children | Writing | Arts and children | Oxygen therapy for children | Bibliotherapy for children | Conflict of laws | Church work with children | Folklore and children | Mass media and children | Pediatrics | Child care services | Television viewing | Videotape recordings | Behavioral sciences | Effects | Language acquisition | Studies | Learning | Babies | Child development | Cognitive development | Programming (Broadcast) | Language thought relationship | Native language acquisition
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Child Development, ISSN 0009-3920, 07/2018, Volume 89, Issue 4, pp. 1378 - 1393
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Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, ISSN 0193-3973, 2009, Volume 30, Issue 3, pp. 227 - 238
Millions of contemporary young adults use social networking sites. However, little is known about how much, why, and how they use these sites. In this study,... 
Media | Adolescent development | Identity | Emerging adulthood | Facebook | Online social networking | PSYCHOLOGY, DEVELOPMENTAL | SELF | ONLINE | Surveys | Peer Relationship | Diaries | Social Networks | Undergraduate Students | Young Adults | Interaction | Computer Mediated Communication | Check Lists | Web Sites | Interpersonal Relationship | Usage | Students | Social aspects | Online social networks
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Journal of Child and Family Studies, ISSN 1062-1024, 8/2016, Volume 25, Issue 8, pp. 2636 - 2647
While recent research has documented a rapid increase in the use of new technologies such as touchscreen tablets early in life, little is known about how young... 
Child media use | Child app use | Child and School Psychology | Psychology | Social Sciences, general | Sociology, general | Child tablet use | Touchscreens
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Child development, ISSN 0009-3920, 03/2016, Volume 87, Issue 2, pp. 405 - 413
Researchers examined whether contingent experience using a touch screen increased toddlers' ability to learn a word from video. One hundred and sixteen... 
Child development | Interactive computer systems | Video | Language acquisition
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JOURNAL OF CHILD AND FAMILY STUDIES, ISSN 1062-1024, 08/2016, Volume 25, Issue 8, pp. 2636 - 2647
While recent research has documented a rapid increase in the use of new technologies such as touchscreen tablets early in life, little is known about how young... 
LANGUAGE | VIDEO | PSYCHIATRY | INFORMATION | PSYCHOLOGY, DEVELOPMENTAL | CONTINGENT | MEDIA USE | TIME | TELEVISION | Child tablet use | Touchscreens | TODDLERS | Child media use | Child app use | IMITATION | PARENT | FAMILY STUDIES | Advocacy services | Interactive media | Portable computers | Young children | Tablets | Wellbeing | Depression | Human development | Mothers | Children & youth | Digital broadcasting | Policy makers | Coparenting | Contextual factors | Paediatrics
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Journal of Children and Media, ISSN 1748-2798, 07/2014, Volume 8, Issue 3, pp. 211 - 222
Prior research has identified negative effects of background television (TV) exposure on toddler toy play and parent-child interactions and has documented a... 
parent-child interaction | parent speech | toddler | background television | infant | language development | Language development | Infant | Parent speech | Parent-child interaction | Toddler | Background television
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Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, ISSN 0193-3973, 2010, Volume 31, Issue 5, pp. 362 - 369
Seventy-two children, ages 30 and 36 months, participated in a hide-and-seek object retrieval game in one of three conditions: 1) playing an interactive... 
Computers | Children | Television | Video deficit | Object retrieval | Contingency | TOOL USE | VIDEO | INFORMATION | PSYCHOLOGY, DEVELOPMENTAL | IMITATION | REENACTMENT | BLUES-CLUES | ENGAGEMENT | 24-MONTH-OLDS | TODDLERS USE | Behavior
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Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, ISSN 0193-3973, 2011, Volume 32, Issue 1, pp. 10 - 19
This study assessed whether infant-directed videos designed to promote parent–child interactions actually support such engagement. Parents watched videos from... 
Parent–child interaction | Infants | Toddlers | Television | Video | Parent-child interaction | LANGUAGE | ATTENTION | BEHAVIOR | PSYCHOLOGY, DEVELOPMENTAL | SYMBOLIC PLAY | SESAME STREET | INTERVENTION | YOUNG-CHILDREN | Play | Correlation | Comparative Analysis | Video Technology | Parent Child Relationship | Control Groups | Television Viewing | Video recordings | Children | Behavior | Analysis
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