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Vol. 10, Special Issue 12 (2021)

Study the differences in the developmental outcomes of infants stimulated with smart phones and indigenous play materials: A comparative study

Author(s):
Perikala Roselin Ruth, Dr. S Prasanthi, Dr. Bilquis, Dr. MS Chaitanya Kumari
Abstract:
The current study deals with Study the differences in the developmental outcomes of infants stimulated with smart phones and indigenous play materials. A comparative study living in Rural and Urban Areas of Guntur District of Andhra Pradesh. The Study Consists of 120 which included 30 infants out of whom 15 were boys and 15 were girls and their respective parents form rural area and 30 infants out of whom 15 were boys and 15 were girls and their respective parents mothers form urban area. Purposive random sampling technique, Ex-post facto research design was taken up for the study. Tools used smart phone usage schedule prepared by researcher, Indigenous play material usage schedule prepared by researcher, developmental assessment scale for Indian infants and general information schedule. The study concluded that both rural and urban areas of infants were exposed to smart phone usage. However developmental outcomes are more in usage of indigenous play material stimulated infants compared to smart phone usage stimulated infants.
Pages: 1523-1524  |  285 Views  67 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Perikala Roselin Ruth, Dr. S Prasanthi, Dr. Bilquis, Dr. MS Chaitanya Kumari. Study the differences in the developmental outcomes of infants stimulated with smart phones and indigenous play materials: A comparative study. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(12S): 1523-1524.

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