You are writing a graduate research paper about the use of computers to address issues in student attention spans. Which source is the most appropriate for further investigation?

  1. a) an article in Scholastic Parent and Child titled “She Won’t Sit Still!”, written by a clinical professor of psychiatry, behavioral science, and pediatrics at the George Washington University medical school
  2. b) a book titled 10 Days to a Less Distracted Child, written by an author who is also a licensed psychologist and whose work has been quoted on television and in multiple magazines
  3. c) an article titled “Dealing with the Students’ Attention Problem in Computer Supported Face-to-Face Lecturing,” published in the online Journal of Educational Technology & Society, written by researchers from the Department of Computer Science at the University of Chile
  4. d) none of the above