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Effects of touch-screen technology usage on the hand skills dataset
journal contributionposted on 23.03.2021, 23:23 by Nurul AA Aman, Chi-Wen Chien, Jennifer JuddJennifer Judd, Ahmad ZC Daud
This data article describes the hand skills of pre-school children between five and six years old from five schools under the Ministry of Education Malaysia. These data may be used in a journal article later to show the effects of touch-screen technology usage on hand skills of pre-school children. Demographic characteristics, hand skills ability and frequency of touch-screen technology usage data that was collected from August to September 2019. These data may be used in a future systematic review, meta-analysis and meta-regression analysis to conclude the effects of touch-screen technology usage on children's hand skills. Parents, teachers and health practitioners may refer to these data to note the effects of touch-screen technology usage on hand skills of pre-school children. © 2020 The Authors