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After one week of video chatting, children in the Face Time (live) condition learned social information—that is, they preferred and recognized someone they had previously only ‘met’ via video-chat—and cognitive information, learning new words and patterns.
Learning occurred from video chat only when children talked to an on-screen “partner” who responded to them in real time, and learning did not occur when the partner was pre-recorded and couldn’t actually see or hear the child.
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A team of Lafayette College psychology researchers took a closer look at young children and video interactions and made some surprising discoveries about what kids aged 1- to 2-years-old do and don’t get out of Face Time interactions on a screen. " in the forthcoming issue of the journal Developmental Science.
Myers says they found that video chat makes learning possible for children under 2 years old because it mimics in-person interaction—when it created a situation in which the on-screen person can respond to the child accurately in a back-and-forth conversation.
According to the Lafayette study, starting at about 17 months, children begin to get something out of live video interaction with real people and are able to apply the interaction to people--like Grandma and other people they know--with whom they have a relationship in real life.
The first thing I was asked was “asl” – meaning what is my age, sex and location. On the second test, I ended up in a brief chat with a young man, a software developer from India.
Well, that is what he said but that’s the thing – who really knows?