Screen Exposure During Daily Routines and a Young Child's Risk for Having Social-Emotional Delay.

Title

Screen Exposure During Daily Routines and a Young Child's Risk for Having Social-Emotional Delay.

Creator

Raman Sajani; Guerrero-Duby Sara; McCullough Jennifer L; Brown Miraides; Ostrowski-Delahanty Sarah; Langkamp Diane; Duby John C

Publisher

Clinical pediatrics

Date

2017
2017-11

Description

This cross-sectional study assessed associations between social-emotional development in young children and their number of daily routines involving an electronic screen. We hypothesized children with poor social-emotional development have a significant portion of daily routines occurring with a screen. Two hundred and ten female caregivers of typically developing children 12 to 36 months old completed the Ages and Stages Questionnaire: Social-Emotional (ASQ: SE) and a media diary. Caregivers completed the diary for 1 day around 10 daily routines (Waking Up, Diapering/Toileting, Dressing, Breakfast, Lunch, Naptime, Playtime, Dinner, Bath, and Bedtime). Median number of daily routines occurring with a screen for children at risk and not at risk for social-emotional delay (as defined by the ASQ: SE) was 7 versus 5. Children at risk for social-emotional delay were 5.8 times more likely to have \textgreater/=5 routines occurring with a screen as compared to children not at risk for delay (chi1(2) = 9.28, N = 210, P = .002; 95% confidence interval = 1.66-20.39).

Subject

*Child Development; Activities of Daily Living; Affective Disorders; Caregivers; Child; child development; Child Development – Evaluation; Computers/*statistics & numerical data; Cross Sectional Studies; Cross-Sectional Studies; emotions; Female; Human; Humans; Infant; Male; media; New York; Ohio; Preschool; Questionnaires; Race Factors; Risk Factors; screen; Sedentary Behavior; Social Behavior; Surveys and Questionnaires; Television/*statistics & numerical data

Rights

Article information provided for research and reference use only. All rights are retained by the journal listed under publisher and/or the creator(s).

Pages

1244–1253

Issue

13

Volume

56

Citation

Raman Sajani; Guerrero-Duby Sara; McCullough Jennifer L; Brown Miraides; Ostrowski-Delahanty Sarah; Langkamp Diane; Duby John C, “Screen Exposure During Daily Routines and a Young Child's Risk for Having Social-Emotional Delay.,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed September 19, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/4790.

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