Do bedroom televisions and home computers affect academic performance?

These household media indeed make a difference - at least when it comes to scores on the Stanford Achievement Test. That's the conclusion from an analysis of data collected in the classroom surveys and telephone interviews of families of a diverse group of approximately 350 third graders.

Students with access to a home computer but no television in their bedroom Students with television in the bedroom But no access to a home computer
The highest scores on the Stanford Achievement Test The lowest scores on the Stanford Achievement Test

(Borzekowski DLG et al: Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 2005; 159:607)
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