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TELEVISION AND READING SKILLS
TELEVISION AND COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT
TELEVISION AND OTHER LEISURE ACTIVITIES
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01 by Tukey age level aggressive behavior block design boys child cognitive community activities comparisons Comstock correlations creativity Cronbach's alpha displacement effects of television evidence findings functional fixedness girls grade higher mean hours of TV hypotheses indicate intelligence involved less longitudinal sample main effects analyses mass media means cross-sectional ANOVA measures Multitel adults Multitel children Multitel residents Multitel students natural experiment Notel and Unitel Notel children Notel residents Notel students parents participation Peer physical aggression programming relationship reported watching Sesame Street sex difference significant town significantly Simple main effects sion social stereotyped subscales Table television viewing television's three towns time-shared total scores town and phase town differences town main effect Town x Phase Town x Sex Tukey test TV viewing Unitel adults Unitel and Multitel unweighted means cross-sectional verbal aggression viewers vocabulary watching television watching TV weekday youths