A co-founder of the company that created the "Baby Einstein" videos has asked a judge to order the University of Washington to release records relating to two studies that linked television viewing by young children to attention problems and delayed language development, reports the New York Times. "All we're asking for is the basis for what the university has represented to be groundbreaking research," the co-founder, William Clark, said in a statement Jan. 11. "Given that other research studies have not shown the same outcomes, we would like the raw data and analytical methods from the Washington studies so we...

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