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The Effects of Technological Overload on Children: An Art Therapist's Perspective

Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, vol.26 no.2 pp.80-82, 22/04/2011


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Resource IDklorer2009
Resource titleThe Effects of Technological Overload on Children: An Art Therapist's Perspective
Author(s)P. Gussie Klorer
Publication/ sourceJournal of the American Art Therapy Association, vol.26 no.2 pp.80-82
Date published22/04/2011
Summary text/ abstractChildren today are continually bombarded with visual and auditory stimulation, and many make their connections in cyberspace to the detriment of real-time face-to-face encounters with other people. The negative effects of multitasking and technological overload on children and adolescents are discussed in this viewpoint article from the perspective of a family art therapist. The impact of overstimulation on attachment, attention deficit disorder, and interpersonal skills has profound implications for children receiving art therapy.
Library categoriesSimplicity, Technology
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