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Monthly Archives: March 2011
The research cited by the AAP’s brief section on it “doesn’t have anything to to do with ‘Facebook depression’,” Dr. Davila said.
Prominent US online-risk researcher David Finkelhor says there’s no evidence to support fears that the Internet increases youth risk and, in fact, there’s evidence suggesting the opposite.
Here’s research showing that social-emotional programs don’t just aid resiliency and pro-social behavior, but academic success as well.
With Color’s social photo-sharing, safety and privacy protection are more than ever a shared, real-time, real-world, on-the-spot negotiation – no small proposition for users.
YouthFacts.org exposes the “problem inflation” reporting about and disrespect for youth in the Daily Mail’s recent story on UK teen sexting.
It was interesting to see who reported what about a statement made by a Facebook adviser at an Australian parliamentary hearing – and who got it right!
Mobile gaming isn’t just making learning fun and more accessible than ever at low cost, it’s also doing some sweet things for parenting and family dynamics.