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    Did the COVID-19 Pandemic Have Immediate Impacts on the Socio-Emotional and Digital Skills of Japanese Children TRANS

    Authors: Yusuke Moriguchi; Chifumi Sakata; Xianwei Meng; Naoya Todo

    doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-39644/v1 Date: 2020-07-01 Source: ResearchSquare

    Background: A novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, has spread widely throughout the world. To reduce the spread of infection MESHD, children TRANS are prevented from going to school and have fewer opportunities for in-person communication. Although the pandemic has impacted the everyday lives of children TRANS, its impact on their development is unknown. This cross-sectional study compared Japanese children’s socio-emotional behaviors and skills for operating digital devices before and during the pandemic.Methods: Parents TRANS completed a web-based questionnaire before and during the pandemic for children TRANS ages TRANS 0-9. Children’s socio-emotional development in an everyday context was assessed using the Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ). Children’s basic touch interaction skills to operate digital devices and skills to use functions of digital devices were also measured.Results: The results indicated that during the pandemic, children TRANS were more prosocial, experienced more problems in their peer relationships, and had better digital skills, but no differences were found in emotional symptoms, conduct problems, hyperactivity HP between before and during the pandemic. The differences in digital skills was explained by the duration of children’s media use.Conclusions: Overall, our results suggest the pandemic may have immediate impact on children’s socio-emotional behaviors and digital skills. Trial registration: We pre-registered our hypotheses, method, primary analyses, and sample size (https://osf.io/c7p6b)

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