关键词

媒体消费,儿童受众,肥胖,健康,信息通信技术,线性回归模型。

摘要

本文介绍了一个用于预测西班牙儿童和年轻人在使用智能屏幕时的幸福感的一般线性回归模型。该模型使用了一个微观数据数据库,其中包括共计23860个具国家代表性的家庭和约6106个15岁以下的未成年人居民。世界卫生组织积极建议儿童和年轻人在智能屏幕前花费更少的时间,并鼓励他们以更积极的体力游戏搭配直接的社交活动取代智能屏幕。我们研究的主要目标是了解使用这些设备对身心健康,睡眠模式及其他可能产生的解释性影响。为了进行分析,我们将拟定的建模与2017年西班牙国家健康调查提供的微观数据进行了比较。我们通过运行一系列普通最小二乘线性(OLS)回归模型,获得了相关影响的大量信息以及这些设备过度使用可能对西班牙儿童和青少年造成的风险的重要信息。本研究主要结果为,我们将数据和模型进行对比得出,使用这些设备强度更高的人遭受精神健康问题的风险更大,这些人的睡眠时间大大减少,并更容易遭受注入肥胖之类的健康问题的困扰。

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收到: 19-05-2020

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