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New Research Shows That Reading Books Changes Growth Of The Brain
New research "found that the level of mental stimulation a child receives in the home at age 4 predicted the thickness of two regions of the cortex in late adolescence, such that more stimulation was associated with a thinner cortex. One region, the lateral inferior temporal gyrus, is involved in complex visual skills such as word recognition." Wired 10/19/12
Posted October 19, 2012 07:00 AM




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