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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

SpongeBob impairs little kids' thinking, study finds

The challenge is that many TV programs use lots of quickly changing images and move the camera a lot.  The reason is people are wired to notice movement and this keeps their attention. 

SpongeBob impairs little kids' thinking, study finds - LA Times

The challenge is small kids, who's brains are still growing, may be affected by watching images of rapid movements in video's.  A study I read a while ago noticed the Amish had lower rates of Autism.  Video's are a good Learning tool for Chinese, but they need to be used as part of an entire holistic solution.  And some video's are better than others.



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