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EKM79pss-crop-small-squarePRESENTER: Dr. Eileen Kennedy-Moore

The internet, electronic media, and mobile devices are changing how kids play and how they communicate. What does that mean for their friendships? This presentation by author and Princeton, NJ psychologist, Eileen Kennedy-Moore, PhD, looks at three forms of digital interaction that have parallels in the real world but also differ in important ways from face-to-face interaction: video game playing, cyberbullying, and Facebook “depression.” You’ll hear what research says about the on-line behavior of toddlers to teens, and learn practical ways to help your child navigate the digital social world with safety and kindness.

LOCATION: Cambridge School, 100 Straube Center Boulevard, Pennington, NJ


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