Patterns of parent screen use, child screen time, and child socio-emotional problems at 5 years

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Cost, Katherine T.
Tsujimoto, Kimberley
Vanderloo, Leigh L.
Birken, Catherine S.
Maguire, Jonathon L.
Szatmari, Peter
Charach, Alice
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Journal of Neuroendocrinology. Wiley. 2023, 35(7), e13246. ISSN 0953-8194. eISSN 1365-2826. Available under: doi: 10.1111/jne.13246
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Digital media screens have become an essential part of our family life. However, we have insufficient knowledge about parental screen use patterns and how these affect children's socio-emotional development. In total, 867 Canadian parents of 5-year-old children from the TARGet Kids! Cohort (73.1% mothers, mean ± SD age = 38.88 ± 4.45 years) participated in this study from 2014 to the end of 2019. Parents reported parental and child time on television (TV) and handheld devices and completed the Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ). Latent profile analysis identified six latent profiles of parent screen use: low handheld users (P1, reference; n = 323), more TV than handheld (P2; n = 261), equal TV and handheld (P3; n = 177), more handheld than TV (P4; n = 57), high TV and handheld (P5; n = 38), and extremely high TV and handheld (P6; n = 11). Parents that were more likely to belong to P6 were also more likely to be living in single-parent households compared to P1 (estimate = −1.49 ± 0.70), p = .03). High membership probability for P2 (estimate = −0.67 ± 0.32, p = .04) and P4 (estimate = −1.42 ± 0.40, p < 0.001) was associated with lower household income compared to P1. Children of parents with higher P4 (χ2 = 12.32, p < 0.001) or P5 (χ2 = 9.54, p = .002) membership probability had higher total screen time compared to P1. Finally, a higher likelihood to belong to P6 (χ2 = 6.82, p = .009) was associated with a higher SDQ Total Difficulties Score compared to P1. Thus, patterns of parent screen use were associated with child screen use and child socio-emotional problems. The emerging link between parental screen use profiles and child behaviors suggests the need for more research on parent screen time.

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child socio-emotional development, handheld devices, latent profile analysis, parenting anddigital media, television
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ISO 690COST, Katherine T., Eva UNTERNAEHRER, Kimberley TSUJIMOTO, Leigh L. VANDERLOO, Catherine S. BIRKEN, Jonathon L. MAGUIRE, Peter SZATMARI, Alice CHARACH, 2023. Patterns of parent screen use, child screen time, and child socio-emotional problems at 5 years. In: Journal of Neuroendocrinology. Wiley. 2023, 35(7), e13246. ISSN 0953-8194. eISSN 1365-2826. Available under: doi: 10.1111/jne.13246
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  title={Patterns of parent screen use, child screen time, and child socio-emotional problems at 5 years},
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  journal={Journal of Neuroendocrinology},
  author={Cost, Katherine T. and Unternaehrer, Eva and Tsujimoto, Kimberley and Vanderloo, Leigh L. and Birken, Catherine S. and Maguire, Jonathon L. and Szatmari, Peter and Charach, Alice},
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