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Johnson Jeffrey G., Cohen Patricia, Kasen Stephanie & Brook Judith S. (2007). « Extensive Television Viewing and the Development of Attention and Learning Difficulties During Adolescence ». Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, vol. 161, mai, p. 480–486. En ligne : <http://archpedi.ama-ass ... &resourcetype=HWCIT>. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Johnson2007
Categories: General
Keywords: médias de masse
Creators: Brook, Cohen, Johnson, Kasen
Collection: Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine
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"Frequent television viewing during adolescence was associated with elevated risk for subsequent attention and learning difficulties after family characteristics and prior cognitive difficulties were controlled. Youths who watched 1 or more hours of television per day at mean age 14 years were at elevated risk for poor homework completion, negative attitudes toward school, poor grades, and long-term academic failure. Youths who watched 3 or more hours of television per day were the most likely to experience these outcomes. In addition, youths who watched 3 or more hours of television per day were at elevated risk for subsequent attention problems and were the least likely to receive postsecondary education. There was little evidence of bidirectionality in the association of television viewing with attention and learning difficulties."
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