How to develop a bi-literate reading brain
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Has all that scanning and browsing of emails and articles online taken its toll on the way you read, say a literary novel? You're not alone. While research is showing that reading on screens changes the brain - and not for the better - it's not too late to change. And the solution could be as simple as putting that smart device away.
Produced by: Juliet Jacobs
Presented by: Tee Shiao Eek, Juliet Jacobs, Sharmilla Ganesan
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Tags: The Bigger Picture, The Daily Digest, reading, screens, scanning, browsing, emails, literary novels, online articles, smart devices, brain, printed books, magazines, newspapers, Maryanne Wolf, neuroscience, cognitive skills, deep reading, neural pathways, smartphones, Judith Seaboyer, paper literacy,