Psychosocial and health-related characteristics of adolescent television viewers

Page, Randy M.; Hammermeister, Jon
December 1996
Child Study Journal;1996, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p319
Academic Journal
Examines the relationship between frequent television viewing and health-related psychosocial characteristics of adolescents. Association between television viewing and psychosocial conditions of young people; Statistical analysis for determination of variations for television viewing frequency groups; Physiological and psychosocial effects of excessive television viewing.


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