digital signage

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digital signage

(1) See digital signature.

(2) Using electronic signs to advertise products or information. Digital signage includes LCD, LED, plasma and front-projection displays to target audiences in shopping malls, airports and other venues. Digital signage is sometimes called the "fifth screen," with movies, TV, personal computers and mobile devices being the first four. See digital signage software.
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The detrimental effects of screen media use is well documented, including aggressive behaviors (Wilson et al., 2002) , obesity (Koplan, Liverman, & Kraak, 2005), disordered sleep (Dworak, Schierl, Bruns, & Struder, 2007; Hysing et al., 2015), attention deficit disorder (Acevedo-Polakovich, Lorch, Milich, & Ashby, 2006), impaired cognitive development (Zimmerman & Christakis, 2005), lower academic performance (Hancox, Milne, & Poulton, 2005), mood disorder (Erdogan et al., 2006), and psychological distress (Erdogan et al., 2006; Hamer Stamatakis, & Mishra, 2009; Primack, Swanier, Georgiopoulos, Land, & Fine, 2009).
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Screen media present changing spectacles that provide the requisite spatiotemporal transformations for embodiment of perspectives to occur.