Event Title

P-14 Effects of Technology on Visual and Auditory Memory in Preschoolers

Presenter Information

Caitlin Lopez, Andrews University

Location

Buller Hall Lobby

Start Date

3-8-2019 2:30 PM

Description

Auditory and visual memory are important skills for academic achievement. Technology availability continues to increase in homes, including for children and even infants. This study will examine visual and auditory memory ability of three- to five-year-old children, and the data will be correlated to a parent survey regarding technology availability and use as well as non-technological opportunities to develop visual and auditory memory. This research seeks to discover possible correlations between auditory or visual memory enhancement depending on either the use/availability of technology versus more traditional forms of memory development such as reading books aloud or creative play.

Acknowledgments

Supervising Professors: Darah Regal & Sue Mondak

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Mar 8th, 2:30 PM

P-14 Effects of Technology on Visual and Auditory Memory in Preschoolers

Buller Hall Lobby

Auditory and visual memory are important skills for academic achievement. Technology availability continues to increase in homes, including for children and even infants. This study will examine visual and auditory memory ability of three- to five-year-old children, and the data will be correlated to a parent survey regarding technology availability and use as well as non-technological opportunities to develop visual and auditory memory. This research seeks to discover possible correlations between auditory or visual memory enhancement depending on either the use/availability of technology versus more traditional forms of memory development such as reading books aloud or creative play.