Taking Back Screentime: Recommended Reading

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Continuing the series #TakingBackScreentime, today e-Quipped recommends some interesting and provocative books on the impact of technology and the importance of managing screentime at home.

“There is no turning back. We live in a connected world and we are better because of it. We know more than ever before and we are more social than ever before. But we have to learn to take care of our brains to avoid an iDisorder. Don’t blame Steve Jobs for your compulsions. Take control and do something good for your brain. You will be a better person for it and have better relationships with those around you.”

–Larry Rosen, Ph.D, Professor of Psychology at California State University, Dominguez Hills.


The above quote comes from a post on Psychology Today in which Dr Rosen was summarising his soon-to-be-released book, iDisorder. He is the author of two important books on the consequences of overuse of technology and screentime:




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