Developmental psychology, Television viewing, Cognitive development, Social psychology and Comprehension are his primary areas of study. Age differences is the focus of his Developmental psychology research. The study incorporates disciplines such as Educational television and Visual attention in addition to Television viewing.
His Cognitive development study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Cognition. His Cognition research integrates issues from Language acquisition and Object. His research in Social psychology intersects with topics in Academic achievement, Reading, Electronic media and Child development.
Daniel R. Anderson mainly focuses on Developmental psychology, Television viewing, Cognitive psychology, Cognition and Social psychology. Daniel R. Anderson has included themes like Cognitive development, Visual perception and Mass media in his Developmental psychology study. Daniel R. Anderson combines subjects such as Preschool child, Cognitive skill, Language acquisition, Language development and Academic achievement with his study of Cognitive development.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Attention span, Educational television, Visual attention and Age differences. His Cognitive psychology study which covers Attentional control that intersects with Stimulus. His studies in Cognition integrate themes in fields like Perception, Gaze, Communication, Comprehension and Eye movement.
His primary areas of study are Developmental psychology, Cognition, Eye movement, Cognitive psychology and Comprehension. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Cognitive development and Developmental psychology. His Cognitive development research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cognitive skill, Interactive media, Reading and Child development.
His Eye movement study combines topics in areas such as Selective attention, Visual attention, Encoding and Communication. His Cognitive psychology research includes themes of Shot, Salient and Gaze. His work carried out in the field of Comprehension brings together such families of science as Cognitive science, Interactive video, Narrative and Spatial contextual awareness.
Daniel R. Anderson spends much of his time researching Media use, Developmental psychology, Comprehension, Cognitive development and Default mode network. The various areas that Daniel R. Anderson examines in his Media use study include Language development, Shared reading, Reading and Child development. His work deals with themes such as Cognitive skill, Cognition and Context, which intersect with Developmental psychology.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Entertainment and Interactive media. The concepts of his Default mode network study are interwoven with issues in Spatial contextual awareness, Associative learning, Cognitive science and Interactive video. Associative learning is closely attributed to Narrative in his study.
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EARLY CHILDHOOD TELEVISION VIEWING AND ADOLESCENT BEHAVIOR: THE RECONTACT STUDY
Daniel R. Anderson;Aletha C. Huston;Kelly L. Schmitt;Deborah L. Linebarger.
Monographs of The Society for Research in Child Development (2001)
Television and Very Young Children
Daniel R. Anderson;Tiffany A. Pempek.
American Behavioral Scientist (2005)
Media and Young Children's Learning
Heather L. Kirkorian;Ellen A. Wartella;Daniel R. Anderson.
The Future of Children (2008)
The Impact of Background Television on Parent–Child Interaction
Heather L. Kirkorian;Tiffany A. Pempek;Lauren A. Murphy;Marie E. Schmidt.
Child Development (2009)
On the road to obesity : Television viewing increases intake of high-density foods
Elliott M. Blass;Daniel R. Anderson;Heather L. Kirkorian;Tiffany A. Pempek.
Physiology & Behavior (2006)
Estimates of young children's time with television: A methodological comparison of parent reports with time-lapse video home observation.
Daniel R. Anderson;Diane E. Field;Patricia A. Collins;Elizabeth Pugzles Lorch.
Child Development (1985)
The Effects of Background Television on the Toy Play Behavior of Very Young Children
Marie Evans Schmidt;Tiffany A. Pempek;Heather L. Kirkorian;Anne Frankenfield Lund.
Child Development (2008)
Young Children's Attention to "Sesame Street"
Daniel R. Anderson;Stephen R. Levin.
Child Development (1976)
The Effects of TV Program Comprehensibility on Preschool Children's Visual Attention to Television.
Daniel R. Anderson;Elizabeth Pugzles Lorch;Diane Erickson Field;Jeanne Sanders.
Child Development (1981)
Television viewing at home: age trends in visual attention and time with TV.
Daniel R. Anderson;Elizabeth Pugzles Lorch;Diane E. Field;Patricia A. Collins.
Child Development (1986)
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