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Obeying orders reduces vicarious brain activation towards victims’ pain

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Saliency-Driven Visual Search Performance in Toddlers With Low– vs High–Touch Screen Use

Ana Maria Portugal, PhD1; Rachael Bedford, PhD2; Celeste H. M. Cheung, PhD1; et alTeodora Gliga, PhD3; Tim J. Smith, PhD1Author AffiliationsArticle InformationJAMA Pediatr. Published online August 10, 2020. doi:10.1001/jamapediatrics.2020.2344 During toddlerhood, a peak period of neurocognitive development, increased exposure to sensory stimulation through touch screen use, may influence developing attentional