Abstract

Date Presented Accepted for AOTA INSPIRE 2021 but unable to be presented due to online event limitations.

This study's purpose was to explore the effects screen time has on college students' occupational performance. The mixed-methods design utilized a quantitative online survey and qualitative face-to-face interviews. Results indicated a majority of respondents used their phones for social media or web browsing throughout the day or briefly during class; however, the notable limitations of screen time involvement are its impact on interactions with family and peers, academics, and sleep.

Primary Author and Speaker: Grace Fisher

Additional Authors and Speakers: Shelby Abraham, Ashley Dunteman, Lydia Stassel, and Kyle Thomas

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