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Title 60 minutes. Screen time / produced by Guy Campanile, Andrew Bast
Published New York, NY : Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), 2018


Description 1 online resource (13 minutes)
Summary A report on a study by the National Institutes of Health on the effects of heavy screen time on the developing brains of adolescents. While the long-term impact remains unknown, MRIs reveal differences in brain structure, emotional development, and mental health of children exposed longer to screens. Includes interviews with: Dr. Gaya Dowling, National Institute of Health; Dr. Dimitri Christakis, Seattle Children's Hospital; Tristan Harris, former Google manager; Dr. Kara Bagot, University of California, San Diego; Roxy Shimp, study participant; Jean Twenge, psychology professor, San Diego State University
Performer Reporter: Anderson Cooper ; interviewees: Dr. Gaya Dowling, Dr. Dimitri Christakis, Tristan Harris, Dr. Kara Bagot, Roxy Shimp, Jean Twenge
Notes In English
Title from title screen (viewed January 26, 2024)
Subject National Institutes of Health (U.S.) -- Research
Internet and children.
Internet and teenagers.
Smartphones and children.
Digital media -- Psychological aspects
Child psychology.
Adolescent psychology.
Genre/Form Television news programs.
Form Streaming video
Author Cooper, Anderson, interviewer
Bast, Andrew, producer
Campanile, Guy, producer
CBS Corp., publisher.
CBS News Productions, production company.
CBS Entertainment (Firm), production company.
Other Titles Screen time
OTHER TI In series: 60 minutes (Television program)