To Look, But Not to Learn: The Impact of Televised Formal Features on Attention and Comprehension of Infant Learning Paradigms

III, Marcos Sastre,

2011

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  • Young infants (under 2 years old) are widely underrepresented in media research, a fact that has spurned numerous debates on the effects of screen viewing on development. Past literature has indicated that the degree of perceptual salience on video is the most robust mediator of infant attention. Nevertheless, attention is not a reliable predictor of comprehension by itself; rather, the different ... read more
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