The Internet and Children's Motor Skills
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This paper examines the effects that the Internet has on the development of children's motor skills. The paper looks at the tasks children perform when using the Internet and discusses developmental stage theories.
From the Paper:"Miller, in a discussion of developmental stage theories, points out that most major developmental psychologists state that children progress in both physical and cognitive growth through a series of phases or stages. Typically these stage theories hold that from about two to seven years children develop their motor skills. This has led some educators e.g. Drake Hirschbuhl to suggest that the sights and sounds of computers as well as the motions involved in typing and clicking with a..."
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