Dr. Michael Rich is featured in this WKRC Cincinatti News story about Common Sense Media’s recent survey on children’s media use.Read the full article at WKRC Cincinatti - Local 12.com.
This CBS News segment on a recent Common Sense Media survey about young children’s use of mobile media, features Dr. Michael Rich from CMCH.Read the full article at cbsnews.com.
Dr. Michael Rich is quoted in this New York Times article about children’s use of mobile devices.Read the full article at nytimes.com.
Boston Children’s Hospital announces a research partnership between the Center on Media and Child Health, a department of BCH’s Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine, and Hasbro, Inc.
“#MorePlayToday will evaluate how different types of play best serve the developmental well-being of children and fit the needs of parents”Read the full article at childrenshospital.org.
This Business Wire press release announces the collaboration of Hasbro, Inc., and the Center on Media and Child Health at Boston Children’s Hospital, as they embark upon a multi-year study on how different types of play affect developmental outcomes in children.
“#MorePlayToday will evaluate how different types of play best serve the developmental well-being of children and meet the needs of parents”Read the full article at businesswire.com.
This article from Marblehead Wicked Local talks about Dr. Michael Rich’s upcoming presentation of his “Finding Huck Finn: Reclaiming Childhood from the River of Electronic Screens,” talk. The presentation is on Monday, November 2nd from 7:00 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. in the Marblehead High School Theater, and is open to the public. For more information contact Judy Luise, Marblehead High School social worker at 781-639-3100 ext. 2115.Read the full article at marblehead.wickedlocal.com.
CMCH’s Dr. Michael Rich will be a featured speaker at the Digital Media and Developing MInds Conference being held in California later this month.Read the full article at prnewswire.com.
David Bickham and Michael Rich are co-authors of this article, Evaluating Multiple Intensively Collected Media Use Measures: Validity and Reliability of Momentary Assessments, published online in Communication Methods and Measures.
Emily A. Scherer, David S. Bickham, Lydia A. Shrier & Michael Rich (2015) Evaluating Multiple Intensively Collected Media Use Measures: Validity and Reliability of Momentary Assessments, Communication Methods and Measures, 9:3, 170-187, DOI:
Dr. Michael Rich comments in this article about how babies perceive video chatting.Read the full article at TheAtlantic.com.
In this WCVB Channel 5 News segment Apps to Get You Back to School, Dr. Rich discusses what parents can do to identify and evaluate the best educational websites for children. Click on the link below to watch the video clip.Read the full article at wcvb.com.