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For Clinicians

These guidelines include scientific-based insights and suggestions to set boundaries, monitor content and more when dealing with children and screens.

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For Researchers

These guidelines include scientific-based insights and suggestions to set boundaries, monitor content and more when dealing with children and screens.

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For Parents

These guidelines include scientific-based insights and suggestions to set boundaries, monitor content and more when dealing with children and screens.

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Children and Screens Endorses Proposed Federal Act For Researching Media Impacts as “An Important Step Forward”

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For Educators

These guidelines include scientific-based insights and suggestions to set boundaries, monitor content and more when dealing with children and screens.

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For Children and Teens

These guidelines include scientific-based insights and suggestions to set boundaries, monitor content and more when dealing with children and screens.

Latest Scientific News

Paying for loot boxes is linked to problem gambling, regardless of specific features like cash-out and pay-to-win, Computers in Human Behavior, January 2020
Latest Scientific News

Paying for loot boxes is linked to problem gambling, regardless of specific features like cash-out and pay-to-win, Computers in Human Behavior, January 2020

Authors David Zendle, Paul Cairns, Herbie Barnett, Cade McCall Publication Computers in Human Behavior, January 2020 Abstract "Loot boxes are...
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What helps children learn difficult tasks: A teacher’s presence may be worth more than a screen, Trends in Neuroscience and Education, December 2019
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What helps children learn difficult tasks: A teacher’s presence may be worth more than a screen, Trends in Neuroscience and Education, December 2019

Authors Katarzyna Kostyrka-Allchorne, Amanda Holland, Nicholas R. Cooper, Woakil Ahamed, Rachel K. Marrow, Andrew Simpson Publication Trends in Neuroscience &...
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Results from the 2019 Mathematics and Reading Assessments, The Nation’s Report Card, November 2019
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Results from the 2019 Mathematics and Reading Assessments, The Nation’s Report Card, November 2019

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From ‘screen time’ to the digital level of analysis: protocol for a scoping review of digital media use in children and adolescents, BMJ Open, November 2019
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From ‘screen time’ to the digital level of analysis: protocol for a scoping review of digital media use in children and adolescents, BMJ Open, November 2019

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Associations Between Screen-Based Media Use and Brain White Matter Integrity in Preschool-Aged Children, JAMA Pediatrics, November 2019
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Associations Between Screen-Based Media Use and Brain White Matter Integrity in Preschool-Aged Children, JAMA Pediatrics, November 2019

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When and How Video Games Can Be Good: A Review of the Positive Effects of Video Games on Well-Being, Perspectives on Psychological Science, November 2019
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When and How Video Games Can Be Good: A Review of the Positive Effects of Video Games on Well-Being, Perspectives on Psychological Science, November 2019

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2018 DIGITAL MEDIA
AND DEVELOPING
MINDS CONGRESS SUMMARY

Co-Sponsored by:

Children and Screens: Institute of Digital Media and Child Development &
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
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Journal Supplements

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2018 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
This special issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) emerged from our large convention with the National Academy of Sciences.
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November 2017 pediatrics supplement
2017 Pediatrics
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The Pediatrics Supplement is a result of over 140 experts' collaboration and research through the support of Children and Screens
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  • Cultivate a national research agenda that has been developed at the Digital Media and Developing Minds Research Congresses.

  • Continue developing transdisciplinary efforts and collaborations to bridge the scientific research gap that exists between the scientific and clinical communities.

  • Provide researchers access to early-stage financial support necessary to pilot worthy new projects studying the impact of children’s engagement with current and evolving technologies.

  • Develop and design for a national multi-center longitudinal study using the latest technological tools and methodologies.

The latest interdisciplinary grants research cycle is over.

Please check back for the 2019 call for proposals.

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