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Maria Melchior; Katharine Barry; David Cohen (et al.)
Screen media use in early childhood has largely increased in recent years, even more so during the COVID-19 epidemic, and there is much discussion regarding its influence on neurodevelopment, including Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). This study examined the relationship between use of TV, computer, tablet and smartphone at age 2 years and risk of ASD assessed in telephone-based questionnaires among 12,950 children participating in the nationally representative ELFE (‘Etude Longitudinale Française sur les Enfants’) birth cohort study in France.
Aqsa Farooq; Eirini Ketzitzidou Argyri; Anna Adlam (et al.)
Matías E. Rodriguez-Rivas; Jorge J. Varela; Constanza González (et al.)
Life satisfaction plays a crucial role in integral development and mental health during childhood and adolescence. Recently, it has been shown that cyberbullying has severe consequences for the mental health and wellbeing of victims such as increased anxiety, depressive symptoms and even suicide risk. Although the role of the family in life satisfaction and cyberbullying behaviors has been studied, there is limited information on its impacts during the current pandemic period. The aim of this study is to determine the role of family variables regarding students' levels of life satisfaction and cyberbullying victimization during the pandemic period.
Thusa Sabapathy; Megan Goss; Jessie Borelli (et al.)
Saijun Zhang; Ying Hao; Yali Feng (et al.)
Sihong Liu; Philip A. Fisher
Tanaporn Jasmine Wilaisakditipakorn; Carolyn E. Ievers-Landis; Sindhoosha Malay (et al.)
Gail S. Ross; Jeffrey M. Perlman
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