Here is a list of recently published studies on children, media, and health which explore a range of topics:
Adachi-Mejia, A.M. et al. (2009). Influence of movie smoking exposure and team sports participation on established smoking. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 163(7),638-643.
- This study examined the joint effects of movie smoking exposure and team sports participation on established youth smoking.
Delfabbro, P., King, D., Lambos, C. & Puglies, S.J.
(2009). Is video-game playing a risk factor for pathological gambling
in Australian adolescents? Journal Gambl Stud. Available online Jul 4.
- This study examined the relationship between video-game playing and gambling in adolescence.
Okuma, K., & Tanimura M.
(2009). A preliminary study on the relationship between characteristics
of TV content and delayed speech development in young children. Infant
Behav Dev. 32(3),312-21.
- This study examined relationships between the characteristics of
habitually viewed videos and language development in young children.
Pempek, T.A. & Calvert, S.L. (2009).Tipping the balance: Use of advergames to promote consumption of nutritious foods and beverages by low-income African American children. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 163(7), 633-637.
- This study examined how advergames, online computer games developed to market a product, affect consumption of healthier and less healthy snacks by low-income African American children.
Shadela, W.G., Tharp-Taylora, S. & Fryerb, C.S. (2009). How does exposure to cigarette advertising contribute to smoking in adolescents? The role of the developing self-concept and identification with advertising models. Addictive Behaviors, Available online May 22.
- This study evaluated whether self-concept development and identifying with the models used in cigarette print advertising contributed to smoking intentions among adolescents.
Use the free CMCH Database of Research to find other studies on children, media, and health.