There is a need to incorporate this nearly universal activity into what is already known about children’s development. The isolation of media research studies from other fields could be addressed if better links to basic developmental, psychological, or social processes could be established. This would make it easier to offer credible and effective guidance and tools to parents, policy makers, and those who control media content.
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