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3 Things Parents Need to Know Now About Kids and Tech

Whatever your view of tech’s impact on our children, here are commonsense rules we can all follow

By Nir Eyal and Jonathan Haidt

Photo: McKaela Taylor/Unsplash

Recent social science research has parents concerned about whether deep immersion in digital technologies is bad for their children.




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