Reading can boost brain function, finds neuroscience research

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I found this article very interesting and insightful. It is based on neuroscience research from Emory University to assess the “lingering neural effects of reading a narrative”. I really like that description. The study was performed using fMRI technology, which has proven to be a valuable tool in assessing brain activity. The article is pretty easy to digest, and a quick read:

Reading can boost brain function, finds neuroscience research

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