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The way I see it : too much screen time has a bad effect on child development

By: Grandin, Temple.
Series: Autism Asperger's Digest February/April 2017: 6-7. 2017Subject(s): CHILD DEVELOPMENT | SOCIAL INTERACTION | TELEVISION | COMPUTERS | BEHAVIOUR MODIFICATION | ELECTRONIC DEVICE FREE TIMESSummary: Temple Grandin argues (with some corroborative evidence) that both babies and children need to engage with other people in order to react to their behaviour. Watching a screen endlessly does not provide this interaction and it is recommended that screen time for children be restricted to 10 hours a week.
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Temple Grandin argues (with some corroborative evidence) that both babies and children need to engage with other people in order to react to their behaviour. Watching a screen endlessly does not provide this interaction and it is recommended that screen time for children be restricted to 10 hours a week.

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