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Kids and Screens

For kids, how much is too much computer, phone, tablet time? Cover Image: Ollyy/Shutterstock

A Riddle For All Ages

By Kaja Perina
When my son was old enough to understand the basic concept of infinity (but hardly its nuance), he presented me with a “trick riddle.”

A Facebook Profile for Your Toddler. Really?

By Andrea Bonior Ph.D.
Thinking twice about this increasingly common practice.

Tweens, Teens, and Video Screens

By Marilyn Wedge Ph.D.
Do today’s parents need to be savvier?

Do Smartphones Give A Head Start In Life?

By Susan Greenfield Ph.D.
What happens when the developing brain encounters smartphones?

How Technological Distractions Destroy Connections

By Susan Heitler Ph.D.
How aware are you of the ways that high tech lowers relationship satisfaction?

TV and Young Character

By Jennifer Baker Ph.D.
Could even Socrates have resisted Sponge Bob as a kid?

Technology, Turing and Child Development

By Peter B. Gray Ph.D.
Parenting faces a new tech world.

Addicted to Our Screens, or Merely Obsessed?

By Richard E. Cytowic M.D.
Digital distractions collide with the brain’s fundamental attention limits

Humor, Screens & Children

By Jamie Krenn Ph.D.
Understanding a child's humor as stages is applicable to their programming.

Co-Parent Problems

By Jeremy Clyman Psy.D.
Why co-parent problems are predictable and sympathetic

An Electronic Moratorium–Good or Bad Idea for Your Teen?

By F. Diane Barth L.C.S.W.
Can your teens survive without the cyber world?

Pics or It Didn't Happen? It May Be Truer Than You Realize.

By Larry D. Rosen Ph.D.
Two studies reveal what really happens when we rely on our cameras.

The Intuitive Parent

By Stephen Camarata Ph.D.
What is intuitive parenting?

Millennials Reflect on Social Networking

By Marilyn Price-Mitchell Ph.D.
Teens question how social media affects relationships.

Cognitive Benefits of Playing Video Games

By Peter Gray Ph.D.
Research shows that video-game play improves basic mental abilities.

The Key Role of Intuition in Students’ Decisions

By Tim Elmore
I just had a difficult conversation with my son Jonathan...