Explanation of Copyright for Kids
Did you know that simply watching TV causes harm to children? Well, that’s what the American Academy of Pediatrics would have you believe. And yet, here we are in the sixth decade since TV became popular, and we have not yet seen the end of the world based upon multiple generations that grew up with television as a mainstay.
The latest issue of Pediatrics has two studies — and a bonus editorial! — that suggests television viewing by children is associated with greater criminality and antisocial personality, and that a child’s behavior can be modified by simply changing what they’re watching.
Pediatrics is the mouthpiece for the American Academy of Pediatrics. And while it’s ostensibly an objective, scientific journal, it continually publishes weak research — especially on the effects of TV and children.
Let’s check out the latest…
The first study (Robertson, et al., 2013) followed 1, 037 New Zealand children over the course of their early lives, from ages 5 to 26. Parents were asked how much time their children spent watching TV, until age 13, when the children themselves were asked directly. Then they looked at some other factors — like criminal convictions, antisocial personality disorder, IQ, and the socio-economic status of the families. Parental control was also measured twice — at ages 7 and 9 — by asking the mom about what kinds of rules and procedures were used to run family life.
Source: World of Psychology
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