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(The Conversation)   2 hours of TV a day in late childhood linked to lower test scores later. "This was equivalent to the loss of a third of a year in learning"   (theconversation.com) divider line
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2020-09-03 9:55:01 PM  
3 votes:
I watched more than 2 hours of TV a day in early, middle, and late childhood and my test scores was sooper gud.
 
2020-09-04 12:57:33 AM  
2 votes:
I disagree...

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2020-09-03 9:47:54 PM  
2 votes:
Oh sure now maybe. But us old timers we learned the valuable skills of coconut radio repair and 3 hour tour planning.

/ Sucks to be you, 2020 TV watchers!
 
2020-09-03 11:20:47 PM  
1 vote:
When I was a kid I didn't have an imaginary friend, I had an imaginary 'live studio audience'.
 
2020-09-03 9:26:33 PM  
1 vote:
Lower attention span for sure. Read a book.
 
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