New Report Outlines Best Practices for Parents and Educators in the Digital Age

In the digital age, childhood and digital media are intertwined – 97% of families with young children own at least one mobile device, as of 2020. But opinions differ wildly on the role that digital media should play in child rearing, with many parents disagreeing about the amount of time that children should spend on devices. 

In a newly published, extensive research review, developmental psychologists Rachel Barr and Heather Kirkorian provide recommendations for how parents and educators can reap the benefits of digital media while mitigating many potential downsides.

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