How we make impact

Publishing our Research:

Radesky Lab on Google Scholar

A relationship-based framework for early childhood media use (Click link to download article)

Informing Children's Tech Policy

Coming soon

Radesky Lab Research in the Media -
Here are a few of our favorites:

Common Sense Media - June 2022

Who Is the “You” in YouTube? Missed Opportunities in Race and Representation in Children’s YouTube Videos

CNN - March 2021

Screen time and kids: What have we learned in the last year?

AAP News - December 2020

How to help families navigate the challenges of remote learning

Common Sense Media - September 2020

The Common Sense Census: Media Use by Kids Age Zero to Eight, 2020

Common Sense Media - March 2020

Kids' TV Has Rules. It's the Internet's Turn.

New York Times - April 2020

Agonizing Over Screen Time? Follow the Three C’s

Mashable - September 2019

Why it's time to rethink online safety for kids

Michigan Today - September 2019

Digital playground

NPR - June 2019

Can Screens Help Your Child's Brain? 4 Tips To Get The Most From Kids' Media

The Hill - April 2019

Children are getting too much screen time, but we shouldn't blame the parents

The New York Times - March 2019

Reading to Your Toddler? Print Books Are Better Than Digital Ones

The New York Times - October 2018

Your Kid's Apps Are Crammed With Ads

Wired - May 2018

Hey Alexa, what are you doing to my kids' brain?

UofM Health Lab - February 2018

Persuasive Digital Design: Appealing to Adults, Problematic for Kids?

NPR - February 2018

What the screen time experts do with their own kids

HuffingtonPost - January 2018

The 9 most important scientific studies for parents of 2017

The New York Times - March 2017

The guilty secret of distracted parenting

TODAY Show - April 2015

How cell phones are affecting families – and what to do about it

Boston Globe - March 2015

Parents’ absorption in mobile devices can take a toll on kids