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  54. Daniel R. Anderson, Kaveri Subrahmanyam. Pediatrics Volume 140, Supplement 2, S57-S61, November 2017
  55. Melina R. Uncapher, Lin Lin, Larry D. Rosen, Heather L. Kirkorian, Naomi S. Baron, Kira Bailey, Joanne Cantor, David L. Strayer, Thomas D. Parsons and Anthony D. Wagner. Media Multitasking and Cognitive, Psychological, Neural, and Learning Differences. Pediatrics Volume 140, Supplement 2, Pages S62-S66, November 2017
  56. Yalda T. Uhls, Nicole B. Ellison and Kaveri Subrahmanyam. Benefits and Costs of Social Media in Adolescence. Pediatrics Volume 140, Supplement 2, S67-S70, November 2017
  57. Carrie James, Katie Davis, Linda Charmaraman, Sara Konrath, Petr Slovak, Emily Weinstein and Lana Yarosh. Digital Life and Youth Well-being, Social Connectedness, Empathy, and Narcissism. Pediatrics Volume 140, Supplement 2, S71-S75, November 2017
  58. Elizabeth Hoge, David Bickham and Joanne Cantor. Digital Media, Anxiety, and Depression in Children. Pediatrics Volume 140, Supplement 2, S76-S80, November 2017
  59. Douglas A. Gentile, Kira Bailey, Daphne Bavelier, Jeanne Funk Brockmyer, Hilarie Cash, Sarah M. Coyne, Andrew Doan, Donald S. Grant, C. Shawn Green, Mark Griffiths, Tracy Markle, Nancy M. Petry, Sara Prot, Cosette D. Rae, Florian Rehbein, Michael Rich, Da. Internet Gaming Disorder in Children and Adolescents. Pediatrics Volume 140, Supplement 2, S81-S85, November 2017
  60. Thomas D. Parsons, Giuseppe Riva, Sarah Parsons, Fabrizia Mantovani, Nigel Newbutt, Lin Lin, Eva Venturini and Trevor Hall. Virtual Reality in Pediatric Psychology. Pediatrics Volume 140, Supplement 2, S86-S91, November 2017
  61. Monique K. LeBourgeois, Lauren Hale, Anne-Marie Chang, Lameese D. Akacem, Hawley E. Montgomery-Downs and Orfeu M. Buxton. Digital Media and Sleep in Childhood and Adolescence. Pediatrics Volume 140, Supplement 2, S92-S96, November 2017
  62. Thomas N. Robinson, Jorge A. Banda, Lauren Hale, Amy Shirong Lu, Frances Fleming-Milici, Sandra L. Calvert and Ellen Wartella. Screen Media Exposure and Obesity in Children and Adolescents. Pediatrics Volume 140, Supplement 2, S97-S101, November 2017
  63. Dan Romer and Megan Moreno. Digital Media and Risks for Adolescent Substance Abuse and Problematic Gambling. Pediatrics Volume 140, Supplement 2, S102-S106, November 2017
  64. Paul Atchley and David L. Strayer. Small Screen Use and Driving Safety. Pediatrics Volume 140, Supplement 2, S107-S111, November 2017
  65. Sarah M. Coyne, Jenny Radesky, Kevin M. Collier, Douglas A. Gentile, Jennifer Ruh Linder, Amy I. Nathanson, Eric E. Rasmussen, Stephanie M. Reich and Jean Rogers. Parenting and Digital Media. Pediatrics Volume 140, Supplement 2, S112-S116, November 2017
  66. Kathryn C. Montgomery, Jeff Chester and Tijana Milosevic. Children’s Privacy in the Big Data Era: Research Opportunities. Pediatrics Volume 140, Supplement 2, S117-S121, November 2017
  67. Kristen Hawley Turner, Tessa Jolls, Michelle Schira Hagerman, William O’Byrne, Troy Hicks, Bobbie Eisenstock and Kristine E. Pytash. Developing Digital and Media Literacies in Children and Adolescents. Pediatrics Volume 140, Supplement 2, S122-S126, November 2017
  68. Ellen Middaugh, Lynn Schofield Clark and Parissa J. Ballard. Digital Media, Participatory Politics, and Positive Youth Development. Pediatrics Volume 140, Supplement 2, S127-S131, November 2017\
  69. Vikki S. Katz, Carmen Gonzalez and Kevin Clark. Digital Inequality and Developmental Trajectories of Low-income, Immigrant, and Minority Children. Pediatrics Volume 140, Supplement 2, S132-S136, November 2017
  70. Sonia Livingstone, Dafna Lemish, Sun Sun Lim, Monica Bulger, Patricio Cabello, Magdalena Claro, Tania Cabello-Hutt, Joe Khalil, Kristiina Kumpulainen, Usha S. Nayar, Priya Nayar, Jonghwi Park, Maria Melizza Tan, Jeanne Prinsloo and Bu Wei. Global Perspectives on Children’s Digital Opportunities: An Emerging Research and Policy Agenda. Pediatrics Volume 140, Supplement 2, S137-S141, November 2017
  71. Craig A. Anderson, Brad J. Bushman, Bruce D. Bartholow, Joanne Cantor, Dimitri Christakis, Sarah M. Coyne, Edward Donnerstein, Jeanne Funk Brockmyer, Douglas A. Gentile, C. Shawn Green, Rowell Huesmann, Tom Hummer, Barbara Krahé, Victor C. Strasburger, W. Screen Violence and Youth Behavior. Pediatrics Volume 140, Supplement 2, S142-S147, November 2017
  72. Elizabeth Englander, Edward Donnerstein, Robin Kowalski, Carolyn A. Lin and Katalin Parti. Defining Cyberbullying. Pediatrics Volume 140, Supplement 2, S148-S151, November 2017
  73. Matthew A. Lapierre, Frances Fleming-Milici, Esther Rozendaal, Anna R. McAlister and Jessica Castonguay. The Effect of Advertising on Children and Adolescents. Pediatrics Volume 140, Supplement 2, S152-S156, November 2017
  74. Karen E. Dill-Shackleford, Srividya Ramasubramanian, Elizabeth Behm-Morawitz, Erica Scharrer, Melinda C.R. Burgess and Dafna Lemish. Social Group Stories in the Media and Child Development. Pediatrics Volume 140, Supplement 2, S157-S161, November 2017
  75. Rebecca L. Collins, Victor C. Strasburger, Jane D. Brown, Edward Donnerstein, Amanda Lenhart and L. Monique Ward. Sexual Media and Childhood Well-being and Health. Pediatrics Volume 140, Supplement 2, S162-S166, November 2017