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The Effects of Microcomputers on Young Children: An Examination of Free-Play Choices, Sex Differences, and Social Interactions
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Journal of Educational Computing Research Volume 2, Number 2, ISSN 0735-6331

Abstract

Describes experiments in which microcomputers were placed in large and small preschool classrooms to examine which free-play activities were and were not affected by microcomputer's presence, sex differences in microcomputer preference and use, social interactions occurring around microcomputers, and whether these interactions differ in frequence from other classroom play areas. (MBR)

Citation

Lipinski, J.M. (1986). The Effects of Microcomputers on Young Children: An Examination of Free-Play Choices, Sex Differences, and Social Interactions. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2(2), 147. Retrieved July 18, 2019 from .

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