July, 2016 | Richard Freed
Melanie Hempe of Families Managing Media describes the hazards video game overuse and addiction poses to the college-bound.
The Huffington Post published Dr. Freed's article on popular myths that are denying preteens and teens the families they need to live happy, productive lives.
Interviewed in this New York Times' article, I raise questions about how the gaming craze of Pokémon Go will affect children.
Tim Walker of the National Education Association (NEA) interviewed me for this article on the possible upsides and downsides of phones in school.