via NY Post

Kids are more likely to snuggle when adults are reading real books to them than when they are reading tablets.nThis is the result of a new, albeit small, study from some British psychologists published in Frontiers in Psychology. Researchers at the University of Sussex compared how 24 children and their mothers shared storybooks versus stories on electronic readers and found that among the former there was “a significant increase in the warmth of the parent/child interactions: more laughter.

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