Research Studies:
TV and Children
 
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TV and Overweight

TV and Poor Dietary Habits

TV Advertising and Media Literacy

TV and Child Development

TV and Academic Performance

TV and Behavior

TV and Poor Sleep Habits

TV and Other Health Issues

TV/Screen Media Use

TV and Parental Influence

TV and Environment

Screen-Time Reduction Interventions

Study Population Key
Code Age Group Age
Inf Infants 1 - 23 months
Pre Preschoolers 2-5 years
Youth Children 6-12 years
Teen Adolescents 13-18 years

 

 

TV and Overweight (top)

TV and Poor Dietary Habits (top)

TV Advertising and Media Literacy (top)

TV and Child Development (top)

TV and Academic Performance (top)

TV and Behavior & Psychological Well-being (top)

TV and Poor Sleep Habits (top)

TV and Other Health Issues (top)

TV/Screen Media Use (top)

TV and Parental Influence (top)

TV and Environment (top)

Screen-Time Reduction Interventions (top)


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