Children & Electronic Media

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FSHD 447A 4/30/09
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Household and bedroom media environment Easy access to media (i.e., more background TV,  TV in bedroom)   more time using those media. Parental media rules on media use Lack of TV rules   more time watching TV .
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Does quantity of media exposure/use matter? Little evidence that quantity of media use alone  has an negative  effect on child/youth outcomes. Does time with media displace other activities? Media use and physical activity/time spent with family More media exposure linked to more time with parents and in  physical activity Media use and reading Children still read regularly for pleasure  However, easier media access and less parental monitoring  linked to less time reading 
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Effects of media on children’s social-emotional  development Fears, aggression, and altruism  
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