• Dr. Domoff quoted in The Columbian’s article, “More and more kids watching online videos daily” (2019, November 3). Retrieved from The Columbian
  • Dr. Domoff quoted in The Morning Sun’s Featured article, “CMU expert: Despite best efforts, kids too young find YouTube time” (2019, November 2). Retrieved from The Morning Sun
  • Dr. Domoff quoted in The Epoch Time’s Media and Society article, “Number of Kids Watching Online Videos Soars: Survey” (2019, October 31). Retrieved from The Epoch Times
  • Dr. Domoff quoted in Mashable’s Social Good article, “A majority of kids have smartphones by middle school, study finds” (2019, October 30). Retrieved from Mashable
  • Dr. Domoff quoted in the Richmond Times-Dispatch article, “Editorial: Online videos are consuming our children’s time” (2019, October 29). Retrieved from Richmond Times Dispatch
  • Dr. Domoff quoted in the Daily Mail’s article, “Too much YouTube? The number of children watching online video every day has DOUBLED in just four years as they watch one hour on average and abandon TV” (2019, October 29). Retrieved from Daily Mail
  • Dr. Domoff quoted in WRDW article, “Survey: Kids’ appetite for online video doubles in 4 years” (2019, October 29). Retrieved from WRDW
  • Dr. Domoff quoted in The Morning Sun’s article, “Smart phone, bad grades? CMU research sees link with teens” (2019, September 30). Retrieved from The Morning Sun
  • Dr. Domoff’s Problematic Media Use Measure discussed on Lifehacker’s article, “How to Measure Your Kid’s Attachment to Screens” (2019, August 9). Retrieved from Life Hacker
  • Dr. Domoff quoted in Gamesindustry’s article, “Loot boxes a matter of “life or death,” says researcher” (2019, August 8). Retrieved from Game Industry
  • Dr. Domoff’s Problematic Media Use Measure discussed on NPR, “At Your Wits’ End with A Screen-Obsessed Kid? Read This” (2019, June 30). Retrieved from NPR
  • Dr. Domoff was discussed on NPR’s article, “Is ‘Gaming Disorder’ An Illness? WHO Says Yes, Adding It To Its List Of Diseases” (2019, May 28). Retrieved from NPR
  • Dr. Domoff quoted in Parentology’s article, “Study Reveals Parents Monitor Kids’ Device Usage, Not Online Content or Media Multitasking” (2019, April 22). Retrieved from Parentology
  • Dr. Domoff on a panel that was featured in Central Michigan Life’s article, “Psychology faculty discuss how toxic stress affects children at movie screening” (2019, March 20). Retrieved from Central Michigan Life
  • Dr. Domoff quoted in Health Day’s article, “Screen Time for the Very Young Has Doubled in 20 Years: Study” (2019, February 2019). Retrieved from Health Day
  • Dr. Domoff quoted in Huffington Post’s Thrive Global article, “Julia Roberts’s 5-Word Instagram Mantra is Totally Worth Stealing: The actress just shared an inspiring trick for a healthy relationship with social media.” (2019, January 31): Thrive Global
  • Dr. Domoff quoted in Huffington Post’s Thrive Global article, “Ashton Kutcher Says He Misses ‘Real Connections with Real People’ How much does technology actually do to make us feel more connected to our community?” (2019, January 30): Thrive Global
  • Dr. Domoff’s latest research (Domoff et al., 2018) discussed on NPR, “Forget Screen Time Rules — Lean In To Parenting Your Wired Child, Author Says” (2019, January 15): NPR
  • Dr. Domoff quoted in Health Day’s article, “Teens and Their Phones: What You Should Know” (2018, December 28). Retrieved from Health Day
  • Dr. Domoff’s research (Domoff et al., 2018) discussed in Futurity’s article, “Parents Talk to Kids about Tech but not What They Watch” (2018, December 12). Retrieved from Futurity
  • Dr. Domoff quoted in ABC 7 WXYZ Detroit’s article, “Study: Biggest modern parenting challenge is monitoring child’s online activity” (2018, December 11). Retrieved from ABC 7 WXYZ Detroit
  • Dr. Domoff’s research (Domoff et al., 2018) discussed in Science Daily’s article, “Parents, kids spend more time discussing how to use mobile technology than talking about content” (2018, December 11). Retrieved from Science Daily
  • Domoff quoted in Lima Ohio’s article, “Hard to Limit Screen Time” (2018, November 24). Retrieved from Lima Ohio
  • Dr. Domoff quoted in Seattle Times’ article, “Parents struggle to limit kids’ screen time” (2018, November 22). Retrieved from Seattle Times
  • Dr. Domoff quoted in The New York Times article, “Limiting Screen Time for Your Kid? It’s Harder Than It Looks” (2018, November 18). Retrieved from New York Times
  • Dr. Domoff’s upcoming research on the impact of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy discussed in The Morning Sun’s article, “CMU psychology program to perform local study” (2018, November 15). Retrieved from The Morning Sun
  • Dr. Domoff spoke to WBUR’s episode on video game addiction, “’Fortnite’ Reaches New Level of Video Game Popularity — And Addiction” (2018, October 6). Retrieved from WBUR
  • Dr. Domoff quoted in “Don’t believe the hype: Tech-induced anxiety is real.” Thrive Global (2018, September 7). Retrieved from Thrive Global
  • Dr. Domoff spoke to NBC on excessive media use and anxiety: (2018, August 16). Excessive social media use linked to depression, anxiety for teens. NBC 25 News.com. Retrieved from NBC 25 News
  • Dr. Domoff’s research featured on NPR. Kids & screen time [YouTube podcast] (2018, July 9). Retrieved from NPR
  • Dr. Domoff quoted in News Channel 5 Nashville article, “9-year-old girl in rehab after playing Fortnite 10 hours a day” (2018, June 19). Retrieved from Channel 5 News
  • Dr. Domoff’s research is discussed is Business Standard’s article, “US tech giants want to find a way to curb kids’ screen addiction” (2018, January 20). Retrieved from Business Standard
  • Dr. Domoff’s “Early Childhood Risk Factors for Mealtime TV Exposure and Engagement in Low-Income Families” research featured on Child Trends News Service.” Retrieved from YouTube
  • Dr. Domoff quoted in Simplemost’s article, “New Research Shows That Parents May Be Thinking About Screen Time All Wrong” (2017, December 12). Retrieved from Simplemost
  • Dr. Domoff quoted in Consumer Affairs’ article, “Eight signs your child might be addicted to screen media” (2017, December 5). Retrieved from Consumer Affairs
  • Dr. Domoff quoted in The New York Post’s article, “Here’s how to tell if your child has a screen addiction” (2017, December 4). Retrieved from The New York Post
  • Dr. Domoff quoted in Science Daily’s article, “Kids and screen time: Signs your child might be addicted” (2017, December 1). Retrieved from Science Daily
  • Dr. Domoff’s research featured in Psychology Today (2017, November 23). Retrieved from Psychology Today
  • Central Michigan University features Dr. Domoff’s research in an article titled, “Devices can be vices for children.” 2017, November 17. Retrieved from Central Michigan University News
  • Central Michigan University features the CMU Family Health Lab and quotes Dr. Domoff in an article titled, “Fighting social media addiction.” (2017, October 16). Retrieved from Central Michigan University News
  • Central Michigan University features the Family Health Research Lab and quotes Dr. Domoff in an article titled, “Lab takes on toddlers’ and teens’ screen time: Research investigates impact electronic devices have on child health and development.” (2016, December 8). Retrieved from Central Michigan University News
  • Dr. Domoff quoted in The Michigan Daily’s article, “Studies explore public perception and long-term effects of media and technology” (2016, June 13). Retrieved from Michigan Daily
  • Dr. Domoff interviewed by WDIV Detroit on children’s media use and parental mediation of media (2016, December 5): WDIV Detroit
  • Dr. Domoff quoted in Health Day’s article, “Parents Often Using TVs, Tablets as ‘Electronic Babysitters’” (2016, June 10). Retrieved from Health Day
  • The University of Michigan features Dr. Domoff’s research in an article titled, “Small talk: Electronic media keeping kids from communicating with parents.” 2016, May 27. Retrieved from Michigan News- University of Michigan
  • Dr. Domoff’s research featured in Science Daily (2016, May 27). Retrieved from Science Daily
  • Dr. Domoff quoted in The National UAE’s article, “Switch mobiles off at 10pm to improve happiness, study says” (2018, May 16). Retrieved from National UAE
  • Dr. Domoff is quoted and her research on “The Effects of Reality Television on Weight Bias: An Examination of The Biggest Loser” is featured in The New York Times Well Blog (2015, November 11). Retrieved from New York Times
  • Dr. Domoff’s research is featured in The New York Times’ article, “Is Fat Stigma Making Us Miserable?” (2015, November 11). Retrieved from New York Times
  • Dr. Domoff’s research is featured in The New York Times Well Blog (2015, October 12). Retrieved from New York Times
  • Dr. Domoff’s research is featured on CBSNews (2015, October 5). Retrieved from CBS News
  • Dr. Domoff’s research is featured on MedicalXPress (2015, October 5). Retrieved from Medical XPress
  • Dr. Domoff’s research is featured in Time (2015, October 13). Retrieved from Time
  • Dr. Domoff’s research is featured in Parenting online. Retrieved from Parenting