In an article in Newsweek magazine, Kashmira Gander describes a research project that assessed whether there was a difference in interactions between parents and children when paper books or ebooks were used. Gander reports that:
“Parents and toddlers who read paper books together speak and interact more when compared with those who read e-books...
Researchers found parents and toddlers spoke more when interacting with a paper book rather than a story on an electronic tablet. What's more, parents used richer language when using print books compared with tablets, and collaborated more with their children.”
Source: “Parents and Toddlers Interact More When Reading Paper Books Verses E-Books” by By Kashmira Gander, Newsweek Magazine, 3/25/19
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