The Digital Maturity Inventory (DIMI) developed by the EU-funded DIGYMATEX Project was presented at the 19th General Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology (EASP) in Kraków, Poland.
Researchers of the EU-funded DIGYMATEX Project, led by Prof. Peter Mohr and Dr. Tim Schulz van Endert of the Freie Universität Berlin, are preparing to publish the results of a study based on three experiments examining the connection between digital maturity and decision-making competencies.
Promoting Digital Maturity among various European stakeholders in general and to its youth in particular is a key strategy and policy of the EU as increased digital maturity is an essential facilitator to ensure the competitiveness of the European economy.
Researchers of the EU-funded DIGYMATEX Project, Alvaro E. Arenas and Pouye Yazdi, have published their paper entitled “Towards a model of technology usage and digital maturity in children: A grounded-theory approach”.
Researchers with the DIGYMATEX project at the Freie Universität Berlin, Tim Schulz van Endert and Peter N. C. Mohr, found a positive relationship between hours of smartphone use and impulsive decision making, through an experiment focusing on delayed gratification.
DIGYMATEX researchers Melissa Bohnert and Dr Pablo Gracia, both of Trinity College Dublin’s Department of Sociology, recently published a study in Child Indicators Research Journal.