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Computers and Young Children: Software Types, Social Contexts, Gender, Age, and Emotional Responses
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Journal of Computing in Childhood Education Volume 5, Number 2, ISSN 1043-1055

Abstract

Videotaped four- to eight-year olds as they interacted with computer software at different levels of developmental appropriateness. Facial expressions and other affective behaviors were analyzed as a function of age, presence of a peer, and appropriateness of software. Found that responses were mediated more by age, gender, and social condition than by the developmental appropriateness of the software. (HTH)

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Shade, D.D. (1994). Computers and Young Children: Software Types, Social Contexts, Gender, Age, and Emotional Responses. Journal of Computing in Childhood Education, 5(2), 177-209. Retrieved July 21, 2019 from .

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