No Limits to Computer Play, Says Psychologist Peter Gray


What haven’t computers and screens been blamed for?

The debates over video game violence and the impact technology are unlikely to be resolved anytime soon. Since the advent of TV there have been hundreds of trials, research reports, and papers trying to provide a definitive answer to the question of the impact and value of screen-based activity on the lives of children. Surely the fact that the jury is still out and there is no certainty on either side of the debate tells us that this is all a bit more nuanced than we often hear from the commentators. Still, the discussions continue.

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