Psychologists’ Warning: Smart Devices Are Much Worse For Children Than You Think
Nowadays, as technology becomes increasingly available, more parents are starting to consider the dangers and benefits of gadgets for their children. Even in families of moderate income, children have their own smartphones primarily for gaming.
On the one hand, early exposure to digital technologies broadens their horizons, provides access to a large amount of new information, and facilitates communication. On the other hand, the digital world leads them away from reality and, like drugs, can become an addiction. There are even terms for this: ‘electronic cocaine,’ ‘digital heroin,’ etc.