Superheroes and Risk-taking Behavior in Young Children

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There are many risk factors for child injuries, and exposure to superhero media may be one of them. Join us for ​I Believe there is a Hero in All of Us: Superheroes and Risk-taking Behavior in Young Children​ as we explore how the superhero culture can affect our children.

Children sometimes identify closely with superhero characters. They may even idolize them. Dr. David Schwebel and Casie Morgan will take a look at how short-term, acute exposure and long-term exposure to superheroes in television, movies, and just general life over a lifetime can impact a child's risk-taking behavior.

Injuries kill more children than anything else, which has created a major health challenge. Through this webinar, discover prevention strategies and future research directions on this topic, and how to keep your kids safe.

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Tuesday, March 21 at 7:00pm to 8:00pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Lectures & Presentations, Seminar

Topic

Health & Wellness, Research, Social & Entertainment

Target Audience

Alumni & Donors, Faculty & Staff, General Public

Tags

Health Education

Website

https://alumni.uab.edu/superheroes

Cost

Free

Department
National Alumni Society
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