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Effect of TV Viewing Times on Adolescence

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The correlation between adolescence and their time spent watching TV, gaming, using media devices , the amount of devices in a home and their locations as well as the influence that rules set by parents has on screen viewing time for their children in households is a topic that is not thoroughly researched in psychology. There have been many studies that investigate similar topics but focus on things such as weight gain and health issues related to screen viewing times in teenagers and adolescence.

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Behavioural sciences Adolescence Educational psychology Developmental psychology Homework Nielsen ratings Social media Play Psychology
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Behavioural sciences Adolescence Educational psychology Developmental psychology Homework Nielsen ratings Social media Play Psychology
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There have been many studies that investigate similar topics but focus on things such as weight gain and health issues related to screen viewing times in teenagers and adolescence. It is important to understand how the amount of devices kept in the house/ rooms and to what extent, if any, restrictive rules enforced by parents affects the amount of time their children spend on devices. This will let us know how responsive and compliant adolescence can be on the topic, what parents can do to improve their rule setting strategies, i...
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