Nowadays, the Internet is full of dangerous information for children. Please find below a psychological article about the risks of the Internet content for children.
The psychic apparatus, as well as the physical body, develop gradually. Psychologists and educators make a point that children are not able to process events from the adult life such as violence, adult humour, sexual content. The interest of children in these things is caused by their natural curiosity and wish to model themselves on the adult life. Excessive overload with such information is fraught for a student with the following:
The most dangerous content for children is:
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