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+ - Constant technology use may hamper kids' ability to learn->

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hessian writes "Scholars who study the role of media in society say no long-term studies have been done that adequately show how and if student attention span has changed because of the use of digital technology. But there is mounting indirect evidence that constant use of technology can affect behavior, particularly in developing brains, because of heavy stimulation and rapid shifts in attention."
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Constant technology use may hamper kids' ability to learn

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