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