Technology in Young Children’s Lives

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On the Fred Rogers Center blog, Michael Robb, Ph.D. and Junlei Li, of the Fred Rogers Center talk about their process of deciding how to balance the use of technology in their family’s life in the post “When Does Technology Become Too Much in a Child’s Life”.  In this conversation, they reveal their ideas about technology and media use with their own children and how these tools enhance and create challenges for human relationships.  Their dialogue illustrates some of the differences and similarities in their perceptions as both research psychologists and parents.

Read more about When Does Technology Become Too Much in a Child’s Life from the Fred Rogers Center

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