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Why Soviet cartoons are more loved by parents, not children

ValidataKIDS recommends an article by psychologist Anna Skvitina about the attitude of different generations to cartoons
Our children have time to notice 2-4 times more than we, the parents. And that's why modern cartoons and movies may seem too fast to adults, and to grandparents — just incomprehensible: for them everything flashes like in a kaleidoscope, and it scares them.