Children's Active Video Games: Family Perceptions, Uses and Negotiations
Grant number: DE130100735 | Funding period: 2013 - 2018
This project will examine the family use of active video games. It will produce new evidence on how they are managed by parents and how they impact on children's other play, sedentary and physical leisure time activities. The study will contribute to our understanding of the relationship between games and child health and wellbeing.
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