Relationship Between Parent Distraction with Technology at Mealtimes and Child Eating Behavior: a Pilot Study
Almost 70% of adults in the USA own a smartphone. Parent distraction with technology (also called technoference) is important as it can impact child behavior and family outcomes, such as relationship and coparenting quality.
Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science
Gramm, Moriah M.; Vollmer, Rachel L.; Harpel, Tammy S.; McDaniel, Brandon T. PhD; and Schumacher, Julie, "Relationship Between Parent Distraction with Technology at Mealtimes and Child Eating Behavior: a Pilot Study" (2019). Health Services and Informatics Research. 109.
This study was completed in partial fulfillment of Ms. Gramm’s Master of Science degree.