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Children's Health in the Digital Age

Birgitta Dresp-Langley
2020 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
and potentially long-term metabolic changes.  ...  Over exposure to digital environments, from abuse to addiction, now concerns even the youngest (ages 0 to 2) and triggers, as argued on the basis of clear examples herein, a chain of interdependent negative  ...  and for their moral support.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph17093240 pmid:32384728 pmcid:PMC7246471 fatcat:36pc23ww7nfh7djln6z34sqhom

Youth And Pornography In Australia: Evidence On The Extent Of Exposure And Likely Effects

Michael Flood, Clive Hamilton
2003 Zenodo  
Children can spend hours wandering online through a vast array of free images and movie clips much of which would be prohibited on video.  ...  While the system of video classification is designed to exclude those under 18 from viewing pornography, there are virtually no age-related barriers to pornography on the Internet.  ...  a causal relationship between exposure and long-term behavioural outcomes (Thornburgh and Lin 2002, p. 179) .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.890102 fatcat:yiuceizd7neqpiahbjbnfrn3ui

Emerging Technological Trends and Human Cognition: A Review

Subodh Kumar, Pradeep Kumar, Tara Singh
2020 Zenodo  
Cognitive development of children growing up in this era of digital technology has been influenced by exposure of Internet-based devices such as computers, tablets and smartphones in educational settings  ...  It has led to much attention on the longer term implications of the use of technology, and therefore its impacts on human brains and their socio-emotional, cognitive and physical development.  ...  It was also observed that the digital exposure in early age increases the cognitive abilities of the children with enhanced cognitive processing (Di Giacomo, et al., 2017) .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4165064 fatcat:guzqzwk7cnbxbfj3ng4coiewiu

A Review of Evidence on the Role of Digital Technology in Shaping Attention and Cognitive Control in Children

Maria Vedechkina, Francesca Borgonovi
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
Similarly, individual differences mediate how, when and why individuals use technology, as well as how much benefit or harm can be derived from its use.  ...  the circumstances in which use occurs and the interaction between the three factors.  ...  AUTHOR CONTRIBUTIONS MV conceived the study, reviewed the literature, and drafted the manuscript. FB conceived the study and drafted the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.611155 pmid:33716873 pmcid:PMC7943608 fatcat:wzjcexz7fbdlxexjyxrtnvbgua

An Innovative Look at Early Intervention for Children Affected by Prenatal Alcohol Exposure [chapter]

Heather Carmichael Olson, Rachel A. Montague
2012 Prenatal Alcohol Use and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: Diagnosis, Assessment and New Directions in Research and Multimodal Treatment  
From Parents of Children with FASD: "That's the whole idea... early intervention so we can catch the problems in those [first] difficult years...."  ...  Abstract: Early intervention is vital for children born affected by prenatal alcohol exposure, and may take advantage of 'plasticity' in the developing brain.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We wish to acknowledge the following valuable research team members and colleagues, without whom this chapter, the behavior regulation study, and the Families Moving Forward research program  ... 
doi:10.2174/978160805031411101010064 fatcat:rjuhe5fhhfg7xmfqjer3bdd6re

Executive Summary [chapter]

Andreas Schleicher
2019 International Summit on the Teaching Profession  
Research highlights the long-term benefits of investments in early childhood education and care programmes.  ...  Moreover, PISA data show that immigrant students benefit more, academically, over the long term than native students when they enrol in early childhood education and care at a younger age.  ... 
doi:10.1787/336aca63-en fatcat:5pa25uvllfbbbbnbkdvozobeva

Immigrant Children and the Internet in Spain: Uses, Opportunities, and Risks

Miguel Angel Casado, Carmelo Garitaonandia, Gorka Moreno, Estefania Jimenez
2019 Media and Communication  
This article describes the use made of the Internet by immigrant children living in Spain and the opportunities and risks it involves.  ...  A qualitative methodology was used, based on in-depth interviews with 52 children from these countries and educators from their support centres.  ...  Acknowledgements This research for this article has been funded by the Department of Education of the Basque Government and by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Innovation.  ... 
doi:10.17645/mac.v7i1.1478 fatcat:pcweiszyz5bkdn3o5srslwpcim

Be Internet Awesome

Jim Seale, Nicole Schoenberger
2018 Emerging Library & Information Perspectives  
Google joins these existing efforts with its release of the Be Internet Awesome program, which is designed to teach children how to safely and responsibly explore the Internet.  ...  This analysis reveals that although Be Internet Awesome is well designed and addresses common Internet safety themes, the awareness it aims to help children gain is not comprehensive.  ...  They benefit from increased social support and friendships as well as a strengthened sense of connectedness and belonging, all while learning essential social and digital literacy skills (Holloway et  ... 
doi:10.5206/elip.v1i1.366 fatcat:4ed32ytszvbg3o5g6ujpod2cza

Beyond privacy and exposure: ethical issues within citizen-facing analytics

Peter Grindrod
2016 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences  
sector/government, and academic).  ...  We argue that aspirations and missions also differ by sphere even as digital spaces have drawn these spheres ever closer together.  ...  The paper has benefitted from conversations with those in corporations and academia, and most recently from those attending Whitehall-Alan Turing Institute round tables at the British Academy convened  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsta.2016.0132 pmid:28336804 fatcat:xkw53hihyzaynefvjsox4bsdta

Windows of Opportunity: Family Systems Theory and Developmental Considerations for Supporting Youth, Parents and Clinicians in the Digital Age

Steven Barreto, Sue K. Adams, Jennifer Daly
2014 Journal of Youth Development  
Digital technology use is an integral part of children's and adolescent's lives.  ...  We also provide recommendations for how to support parents in discussing technology use with their children and adolescents.  ...  Additionally, certain online behaviors should be considered high-risk, especially if they are capable of damaging one's reputation in both the short and long term.  ... 
doi:10.5195/jyd.2014.69 fatcat:4c5wwqucg5bxhgxcvrz7wk33te

Children, Wired: For Better and for Worse

Daphne Bavelier, C. Shawn Green, Matthew W.G. Dye
2010 Neuron  
Takeuchi and G. Cayton-Hodges from the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop for their help in literature searches. We also thank T. Jacques for invaluable help with manuscript preparation.  ...  McDonnell Foundation, and the Office of Naval Research (MURI Program) to D.B.  ...  Brain imaging can also be used to document whose brain may best benefit from technology.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuron.2010.08.035 pmid:20826302 pmcid:PMC3170902 fatcat:6tr5iv4en5g7jenj6gk6wuii5y

Evidence-based Practice Exposure and Physiotherapy Students' Behaviour during Clinical Placements: A Survey

Nina Rydland Olsen, Hildegunn Lygren, Birgitte Espehaug, Monica Wammen Nortvedt, Peter Bradley, Jan Magnus Bjordal
2014 Physiotherapy Research International  
Paper III: In this non-randomized controlled study the short and long term impact of a six-month multifaceted and clinically integrated training program in EBP was evaluated among CIs in physiotherapy  ...  This training program was successful in improving EBP knowledge, skills and beliefs among CIs. Future studies are needed to ensure long-term EBP behaviour change among CIs.  ...  Paper III The aim was to assess the short and long term impact of an EBP program on the knowledge, skills, beliefs and behaviour of CIs supervising physiotherapy students.  ... 
doi:10.1002/pri.1590 pmid:24664886 fatcat:noettm5zrbawni776epoctwlqi

Reimagining education for the digital age Position Paper of the Lifelong Learning Platform

Brikena Xhomaki, Alen Maletic, Daniel Di Mitri, András Szúcs
2019 Opus et Educatio  
and social cohesion as well as active citizenship,advocating that education and training should be described beyond terms of employability and economic growth also as a framework for personal development  ...  and proposing solutions to make lifelong learning a reality for all.The Platform promotes a dialogue between civil society organisations and public authorities in order to modernise our educational systems  ...  OECD Digital Economy Outlook 2015, OECD Publishing, Paris.  Pagani et al. (2010) Prospective associations between early childhood television exposure and academic, psychosocial, and physical well-being  ... 
doi:10.3311/ope.282 fatcat:7zuz43r5xngaxcmswzlvjcxwiq

Digital inequalities and social media: experiences of young people in Chile

Sarah McNicol, Karine Aillerie
2017 Information and Learning Science  
The findings challenge possible assumptions about the links between social media use and social class and suggest that differences may be exacerbated by school practices.  ...  digital inequalities.  ...  of students' information seeking and digital literacy skills.  ... 
doi:10.1108/ils-05-2017-0047 fatcat:765gbzh3rfgn7bp5bikaoevm7q

Digitalisation and Development: Issues for India and Beyond [chapter]

Dibyendu Maiti, Fulvio Castellacci, Arne Melchior
2019 Digitalisation and Development  
ICT adoption, digitalization and automation provide formidable new opportunities in terms of increased efficiency and productivity, the creation of new services and occupations and increased connectivity  ...  This introductory chapter presents background information on the Indian case, introduces the main themes on the relationships between ICTs, socio-economic development and digital divides and provides a  ...  If high skill levels and sophisticated infrastructure are required to benefit from ICTs, rich countries may benefit more from ICTs so there may be economic divergence and a growing digital divide.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-13-9996-1_1 fatcat:yvj7k5ssa5ep7fbf6bdpzqwcgy
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