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How We Read Is Changing How We're Reading
When we change how we read, we are changing our brains. Researchers have proposed that we play out literary scenarios with mirror neurons and fire up complex, full-brain patterns of activity when asked to practice "close reading," in contrast to the patterns associated with reading for pleasure. Slate 10/18/13
Posted October 18, 2013 08:02 AM




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