Here is a list of recently published studies on children, media, and health covering a range of topics:
- Use of online stress management programming for college students.
- How relaxing classical music can be an effective intervention in reducing sleeping problems.
- Intervention program to prevent excess weight gain, reduce screen time, and promote physical activity.
- Understanding the relationship between exposure to sexual music videos and young people’s sexual attitudes.
- Development of a walking media station for children to use at home.
Chiauzzi, Emil et al. (2008). Mystudentbody-stress: An online stress management intervention for college students. Journal of Health Communication, 13(6): 555 – 572.
Graves, L. et al. (2008). Energy expenditure in adolescents playing new generation computer games.Br J Sports Med., 42(7): 592-594.
Harmat, L. et al. (2008). Music improves sleep quality in students. J Adv Nurs., 62(3): 327-35.
Mellecker, R.R. et al. (2008). The feasibility of ambulatory screen time in children. International Journal of Pediatric Obesity. 9999(1): 1-6.
Salmon, J. et al. (2008).
Outcomes of a group-randomized trial to prevent excess weight gain,
reduce screen behaviors and promote physical activity in 10-year-old
children: switch-play. Int J Obes., 32(4): 601-612.
Warren, Ron et al. (2008).
Food and beverage advertising on U.S. television: A comparison of child-targeted versus general audience commercials. Journal of
Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 52(3): 231 – 246.
Zhang, Yuanyuan et al. (2008).
The relationship between exposure to sexual music videos and young adults’ sexual attitudes. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic
Media, 52(3): 368 – 386.