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Re-Wiring Our Kids Part 2


This week Pauline brings us more startling research about the way technology is affecting our brains.
All those hours spent looking at smartphones and other devices doesn't just have an
impact on attention spans.
It may actually be causing physiological changes, especially among young people.
She also looks at how the rise of the Internet - and the prevalence of reality tv - have affected the way young people perceive fame.

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