Parents Likely Misjudge Children’s Screen Time

September 10, 2020

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Presented by Michigan Medicine

Jenny Radesky, MD, a developmental behavioral pediatrician at Michigan Medicine, conducted a study that measures how much time children spend on their mobile devices. Radesky and her team found that parents often misjudge preschoolers’ use of technology and screen time. She also highlights the fact that young children often use mobile applications that are not intended for their age group.

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