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Old 10-29-2013, 07:47 AM   #1
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Scientific American Article: Screen vs. Paper

There is quite an interesting article in the latest issue of Scientific American (Nov. 2013) entitled "Why the brain prefers paper." It cites many studies but fails to give information needed to judge the quality of the studies. Still, it raises many interesting issues. Let me point out that I read on the ipad digital version of the magazine. What is your reaction?

Link to summary of the article at the Scientific American website

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