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The Effects of Technological Overload on Children: An Art Therapist's Perspective
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ATJAATA Volume 26, Number 2, ISSN 0742-1656

Abstract

Children today are continually bombarded with visual and auditory stimulation, and many make their connections in cyberspace to the detriment of real-time face-to-face encounters with other people. The negative effects of multitasking and technological overload on children and adolescents are discussed in this viewpoint article from the perspective of a family art therapist. The impact of overstimulation on attachment, attention deficit disorder, and interpersonal skills has profound implications for children receiving art therapy.

Citation

Klorer, P.G. (2009). The Effects of Technological Overload on Children: An Art Therapist's Perspective. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 26(2), 80-82. Retrieved June 13, 2021 from .

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