Mobile devices stunt social skill development in children

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The use of gadgets is halting children from learning through direct social interaction with others. Parents who are wondering if their children are developing social skills at the proper rate may be interested in the latest research that is suggesting that it might be a good idea to limit a kid’s exposure to the digital screen of mobile devices. Regular use of smartphones, tablets, and computers could be causing child social skills to decline. Among the reasons that were put forward by this study is that children are spending more…

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Mobile devices should be hidden away for the best social interactions

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According to a recent study, for a great conversation, smartphones should be undetectable. Researchers from the department of urban affairs at Virginia Tech have released the results of a study that they have conducted with regards to the impact of the presence of mobile devices on the quality of social interactions. Though these gadgets are seen as social tools and are meant to bring individuals information, they may not help in person. Despite the fact that mobile devices are technically supposed to make sure that we can always keep in…

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