Research + News | Topic: Digital Screen
Feb 26, 2020
Opinion: ‘The Children I Meet Are Often Shattered By Their Social Media Use’
“On the one hand, [our devices] are great fun and often fascinating, but on the other hand, they can be a continuous distraction from our real lives and can often make us feel tense, nervy and disconnected.” Read the article here.
Feb 21, 2020
High Amounts Of Screen Time Begin As Early As Infancy
Children of first-time mothers, those in home-based childcare log most screen time. Read the article here.
Jan 22, 2020
This Is Your Child’s Brain On Books: Scans Show Benefit Of Reading vs. Screen Time
Taking away screens and reading to our children during the formative years of birth to age 5 boosts brain development. Read the article here.
Jan 22, 2020
Teenagers Glued To Screens Skipping Meals, Sleep And Homework
Teenagers are skipping meals, sleep and doing their homework to spend more time online, according to a new report which asked young people themselves how their time on the internet affected their lives. Read the article here.
Dec 16, 2019
Too Much Screen Time? Here’s How To Dial Back
Sticking to a new routine can stop your children from becoming screen zombies. Read the article here.
Dec 6, 2019
Cellphone-Related Head And Neck Injuries On The Rise
Nov 8, 2019
Too Much Screen Time May Be Stunting Toddlers’ Brains
Toddlers who spend loads of time looking at tablets, smartphones or TVs may be changing their brains, and not for the better. Read the article here.
Oct 29, 2019
The Common Sense Census: Media Use By Tweens And Teens, 2019
This large-scale study explores how kids age 8 to 18 in the U.S. use media across an array of activities and devices—including short-form, mobile-friendly platforms like YouTube—to see where they spend their time and what they enjoy most. Download the report from Common Sense Media here.
Oct 4, 2019
Teens’ Touchscreen Typing Speeds Put Their Parents Attempts To Shame
According to a new large scale study of more than 37,000 users, there is now a mobile device “typing gap” between today’s 10- to 19-year-olds and their parents’ generation. Read the article here.
Sep 30, 2019
Digital Bibles Help Men Read More But Retain Less
Data suggests Christians are unaware of the effect the medium has on the message. Read the article here