Study: Preschoolers using PCs are better prepared for school

06/8/2004 | MSNBC

According to a study of three- to five-year-olds published in the journal Pediatrics, young children who used a computer three to four times a week outscored non-users on tests measuring school readiness and cognitive development. Researchers found no correlation, however between computer use and the preschoolers' language abilities.

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