Discuss Digital Technology and its impact on Development Disability in Children.

  • Explain two benefits of the digital technology related to Developmental Disability in Children and why you believe these to be beneficial for children
  • Explain two drawbacks or limitations of the digital technology related to Development Disability in Children and why you believe these to be risks in children
  • Explain some of the diversity factors

(4 pages)

 

Required Readings, plus Internet source

Cadmus-Bertram, L., Wang, J. B., Patterson, R. E., Newman, V. A., Parker, B. A., & Pierce, J. P. (2013). Web-based self-monitoring for weight loss among overweight/ obese women at increased risk for breast cancer: The HELP pilot study. Psycho-Oncology, 22(8), 1821–1828. DOI: 10.1002/pon.3219

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Calvert, S. L., Staiano, A. E., & Bond, B. J. (2013). Electronic gaming and the obesity crisis. New Directions for Child & Adolescent Development, 2013(139), 51–57. DOI: 10.1002/cad.20031

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Chen, M., Huang, L., Lee, C., Hsieh, C., Lin, Y., Liu, H., & … Lu, W. (2015). A controlled pilot trial of two commercial video games for rehabilitation of arm function after stroke. Clinical Rehabilitation, 29(7), 674–682. DOI: 10.1177/02969215514554115

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Hulteen, R. M., Ridgers, N. D., Johnson, T. M., Mellecker, R. R., & Barnett, L. M. (2015). Children’s movement skills when playing active video games. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 121(3), 767–790. DOI: 10.2466/25.10.PMS.121c24x5

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Lamoth, C. C., Caljouw, S. R., & Postema, K. (2011). Active video gaming to improve balance in the elderly. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 167, 159–164.

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Soos, I., Biddle, S. H., Ling, J., Hamar, P., Sandor, I., Boros-Balint, I., & … Simonek, J. (2014). Physical activity, sedentary behaviour, use of electronic media, and snacking among youth: An International study. Kinesiology, 46(2), 155–163.

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