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Schwarzer, Clarissa: Grafe, Nico: Hiemisch, Andreas: Kiess, Wieland: Poulain, Tanja: Associations of media use and early childhood development: cross-sectional findings from the LIFE child study. [2022]
Cai, Xiaowei: Cebollada, Javier: Cortinas, Monica: From traditional gaming to mobile gaming: Video game players’ switching behaviour. [2022]
Beyea, David: Van der Heide, Brandon: Ewoldsen, David: Eden, Allison: Meng, Jingbo: Avatar-based self-influence in a traditional CMC environment. [2022]
Vrieler, Tina: Nylen, Aletta: Cajander, Asa: Computer science club for girls and boys - a survey study on gender differences. [2021]
Kieninger, Julia: Feierabend, Sabine: Rathgeb, Thomas: Kheredmand, Hediye: Gloeckler, Stephan: miniKIM-Studie 2020. Kleinkinder und Medien. Basisuntersuchung zum Medienumgang 2- bis 5-Jaehriger in Deutschland. [2021]
Macbeth, Jamie C.: Lee, Michael J.: Kim, Jung Soo: Zhang, Tony Boming: Children who code. [2021]
Guegan, Jerome: Brechet, Claire: Nelson, Julien: Dreamlike and playful virtual environments to inspire children's divergent thinking. [2021]
Boers, Elroy: Afzali, Mohammad H.: Conrod, Patricia: Temporal associations of screen time and anxiety symptoms among adolescents. [2020]
Hu, Bi Ying: Johnson, Gregory Kirk: Teo, Timothy: Wu, Zhongling: Relationship between screen time and Chinese children's cognitive and social development. [2020]
Janssen, Xanne: Martin, Anne: Hughes, Adrienne R.: Hill, Catherine M.: Kotronoulas, Grigorios: Hesketh, Kathryn R.: Associations of screen time, sedentary time and physical activity with sleep in under 5s: A systematic review and meta-analysis. [2020]
Maennikkoe, Niko: Ruotsalainen, Heidi: Miettunen, Jouko: Marttila-Tornio, Kaisa: Kaeaeriaeinen, Maria: Parental socioeconomic status, adolescents' screen time and sports participation through externalizing and internalizing characteristics. [2020]
Pearson, Natalie: Biddle, Stuart J. H.: Griffiths, Paula: Sherar, Lauren B.: MacGeorge, Sonia: Haycraft, Emma: Reducing screen-time and unhealthy snacking in 9-11 year old children: the Kids FIRST pilot ranomised controlled trial. [2020]
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