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Never mind the panic; the jury’s out on kids and screen time

I do not doubt the good-faith of the CCFC nor the scholars that signed their letter. But science and advocacy do not mix well. Basing science claims or policy efforts on the platform of a pressure group is inherently a recipe for disaster for a group like the APA. This moment presents a chance to avoid sensationalistic claims and, instead, open opportunities for high-quality, open, transparent, research which remains lacking in our field. Only then will we have clear answers to the screen time debate.

Chris Ferguson

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