April 9, 2014 § Leave a comment
The brain was not designed for reading. read more
ART: Tim Hallinan
Tagged: andrew dillon, brain adaptation, brandon ambrose, claire handscombe, death of the novel, digital brains, herman hesse, internet reading, maryanne wolf, meg wolitzer, michael s rosenwald, nonlinear reading, online reading, print reading, print versus screen, proust and the squid: the story and science of the reading brain, ramesh kurup, reading, skim reading, slow reading, the glass bead game, the interestings
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