Dr. Michael Rich discusses media violence in the foreword of this new book, Media Violence and Children (edited by Douglas A. Gentile):
“This book provides the information parents and professionals need to make the best choices for children’s healthy development. It includes chapters specifically relevant to the types of bullying schools have the most trouble identifying and controlling. Most importantly, the writing is both intelligent and accessible so that parents, educators, pediatricians, and policymakers can understand and apply the findings presented.”
Follow the link below to find a copy at your local library, or to purchase the book.
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An editorial discussing Dr. Michael Rich and his thoughts on downtime.
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Listen to CMCH’s Kristelle Lavallee discuss all things social media on Mississippi Public Broadcasting’s show, Southern Remedy.
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Dr. Michael Rich discusses online advertising and how it can affect kids.
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Dr. Michal Rich offers tips on how to talk about a high-profile murder trial with your children.
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At last week’s The Leading Edge of Early Childhood Education: Linking Science to Policy for a New Generation of Prekindergarten meeting at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, CMCH’s Dr. Michael Rich, Kristelle Lavallee, and Lauren Rubenzahl discussed the risks and benefits of young children using technology. Watch the video below for an overview.
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Julie Polvinen and Dr. Michael Rich of the CMCH team co-authored this new article in the Patient Experience Journal.
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Dr. Michael Rich discusses the importance of talking to your children about sex and social media.
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CMCH’s Dr. David Bickham discusses teen social media use.
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The author discusses Dr. Michael Rich’s thoughts on screen time.
Read the full article at Examiner.