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Dr. Brian Primack: 'Empowerment and education' crucial for media literacy in youth
Dr. Robert L. Findling, director of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Dr. Brian Primack, director of the Center for Media, Technology, and Health at the University of Pittsburgh and Yalda Uhls, assistant adjunct professor at UCLA’s Department of Psychology discuss media literacy and how to better educate children on using and understand social media technologies.
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