Impact of Television on the Language Development of Young Children
Author: Courtney E Daly
Major: Communication Sciences and Disorders
Graduation Year: 2019
Thesis Advisor: Jane Puhlman
Description of Publication: Today, children are growing up immersed in television screen media, which has been shown to have both positive and negative effects on language development. Young children are considered developmentally vulnerable, and today, they are growing up highly immersed in digital media. Strict guidelines by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) suggest that limiting the use of screen time. However, there is limited current research on the effect of coviewing while watching television programs on the language development of children. This investigation sought to contribute to efforts aimed at understanding the impact of coviewing on language output.
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URL to Thesis: https://digitalcommons.library.umaine.edu/honors/566/