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Texas Tech University

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Texas Tech University

3601 4Th Street Room #2A206

Lubbock, Texas,79430

United States

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About Texas Tech University: Texas Tech University is a major comprehensive research university located in western Texas. The Bob L. Herd Department of Petroleum Engineering at TTU supports the mission of the university and the college through its undergraduat...more

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english.peopledaily.com.cn

Miriam Mulsow, an expert in ADHD who was not involved in the study, says she did not think TV or video games could cause attention problems or ADHD.
"There are parents out there who are doing the best they can, but are working multiple jobs and can't afford child care," says Mulsow, of Texas Tech University in Lubbock.


globalgoodnews.com

Miriam Mulsow, an expert in ADHD who was not involved in the study, said she did not think TV or video games could cause attention problems or ADHD.
'There are parents out there who are doing the best they can, but are working multiple jobs and can't afford child care,' said Mulsow, of Texas Tech University in Lubbock. 'What worries me is that those parents will think they cause their children to have ADHD. I don't think that's the case, and I don't think those parents should feel bad.' However, she added, 'if a child has a tendency toward attention problems then sitting in front of the TV not getting enough exercise would exacerbate it.' She said she agreed a child shouldn't be allowed to watch more than two hours of TV a day. 'I didn't even allow my kids to watch that much,' she told Reuters Health.


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Miriam Mulsow, an expert in ADHD who was not involved in the study, said she did not think TV or video games could cause attention problems or ADHD.
"There are parents out there who are doing the best they can, but are working multiple jobs and can't afford child care," said Mulsow, of Texas Tech University in Lubbock.


texascfr.net [cached]

Janis Henderson, Miriam Mulsow, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Texas Tech University
MIRIAM MULSOW (2009-2012)


www.Texascfr.org

Dr. Miriam Mulsow: Dr. Mulsow received the 2006 Meritorious Service Award from the Association of Councils during the November meeting of the National Council on Family Relations in Minneapolis, MN.The award honors NCFR members who have made valuable contributions in research and service in student or state affiliates.Dr. Mulsow, an Associate Professor in Human Development and Family Studies at Texas Tech University, served as Program Chair for the Texas Council on Family Relations' state meeting last April.She was also the organizer and first advisor of the Tech Council on Family Relations, a student affiliate at Texas Tech. Newsworthy: The Department of Human Development and Family Studies at Texas Tech University has recently been named an approved program for awarding the abbreviated certificate in Family Life Education through the National Council on Family Relations.


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