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Picture power

Picture power

Published September 13, 2021 by Charlotte Hacking Learning and Programmes Director, CLPE

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  • Far too many times, I’ve been in a bookshop or a school and heard adults persuade a child away from a picture book and encouraged them to read ‘something more appropriate’.…

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Posted by Timothy Gangwer on September 13, 2021 at 7:07pm

The Art of Visual Search and Image Recognition in Marketing

The Art of Visual Search and Image Recognition in Marketing…

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Screen time can change visual perception -- and that's not necessarily bad

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September 30, 2020
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Binghamton University
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The coronavirus pandemic has shifted many of our interactions online, with Zoom video calls replacing in-person classes, work meetings, conferences and other events. Will all that screen time damage our vision? Maybe not. It turns out…
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Posted by Timothy Gangwer on October 1, 2020 at 10:40am

Understanding why some children enjoy TV more than others

Understanding why some children enjoy TV more than others

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August 5, 2020
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University of East Anglia
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New research shows that children's own temperament could be driving the amount of TV they watch. The research shows how the brain responses of 10-month-old babies watching a clip from Disney's Fantasia on…
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