Not all screen time is created equal
- December 20, 2018
- Mimi Ito, anthropology, via Boing Boing Dec. 20, 2018
I once invited the eminent [UCI] social scientist Mimi Ito (previously) to present
on her work studying how young people use networked devices (she ran the MacArthur
Digital Youth Project, the largest-ever study of young peoples' use of technology)
…. [UC Irvine psychologist Candice] Odgers, whose lab at UC Irvine studies how technology
affects adolescents' physical, emotional, and cognitive development, has helped shed
light on the potential benefits of screen time.
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