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    Title: Computer/Mobile Device Screen Time of Children and Their Eye Care Behavior: The Roles of Risk Perception and Parenting
    Authors: Chang, Fong-Ching;Chiu, Chiung-Hui;Chen, Ping-Hung;Miao, Nae-Fang;Chiang, Jeng-Tung;Chuang, Hung-Yi
    Chiang, Jeng-Tung
    Contributors: 統計學系
    Keywords: children;eye care behavior;mobile device;parenting;risk perception
    Date: 2018-03
    Issue Date: 2018-09-18 15:58:36 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This study assessed the computer/mobile device screen time and eye care behavior of children and examined the roles of risk perception and parental practices. Data were obtained from a sample of 2,454 child-parent dyads recruited from 30 primary schools in Taipei city and New Taipei city, Taiwan, in 2016. Self-administered questionnaires were collected from students and parents. Fifth-grade students spend more time on new media (computer/smartphone/tablet: 16 hours a week) than on traditional media (television: 10 hours a week). The average daily screen time (3.5 hours) for these children exceeded the American Academy of Pediatrics recommendations (≤2 hours). Multivariate analysis results showed that after controlling for demographic factors, the parents with higher levels of risk perception and parental efficacy were more likely to mediate their child's eye care behavior. Children who reported lower academic performance, who were from non-intact families, reported lower levels of risk perception of mobile device use, had parents who spent more time using computers and mobile devices, and had lower levels of parental mediation were more likely to spend more time using computers and mobile devices; whereas children who reported higher academic performance, higher levels of risk perception, and higher levels of parental mediation were more likely to engage in higher levels of eye care behavior. Risk perception by children and parental practices are associated with the amount of screen time that children regularly engage in and their level of eye care behavior.
    Relation: Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking VOLUME 21 ISSUE 3, Pages:179–186
    PMID: 29293374
    Data Type: article
    DOI 連結: https://doi.org/10.1089/cyber.2017.0324
    DOI: 10.1089/cyber.2017.0324
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