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Screen-time influences children's mental imagery performance

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Suggate, Sebastian ; Martzog, Philipp
Date of publication of this fulltext: 01 Feb 2021 07:11

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Mental imagery is a foundational human faculty that depends on active image construction and sensorimotor experiences. However, children now spend a significant proportion of their day engaged with screen-media, which (a) provide them with ready-made mental images, and (b) constitute a sensory narrowing whereby input is typically focused on the visual and auditory modalities. Accordingly, we test ...


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