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Tuned in, Dialed up, and Unfocused: Helping Today’s Media-Consuming Kids Make Conscious Choices About How They Use Time. Head-Royce Parent Coffee 1/31/08 Karen Bradley, Ph.D. and Jennifer Brakeman, Ph.D. Why this topic, why now?.
Head-Royce Parent Coffee
Karen Bradley, Ph.D. and Jennifer Brakeman, Ph.D.
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• Distracters that were neutral resulted in maintained activation in cognitive areas (blue)
• Emotional / distracters reduced cortical activation (and therefore working memory),
and increased activation in emotion-processing areas (red)
Blue areas: executive function. Red areas: affective function
Child to adolescent
Adolescent to adult
Sowell, et al., 2001
Red: synaptic pruning, myelination.
White: more gray matter, myelination4
In addition to being associated with inadequate sleep, too much “screen time” reduces homework and family time; increased correlation with learning difficulties
In the future we will have software to help us manage, not eliminate, interruptions
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