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Why Readers, Scientifically, Are The Best People To Fall In Love With
Science & Tech  (tags: research, reading, books, psychology )

Teresa
- 1372 days ago - idealistrevolution.org
According to both 2006 and 2009 studies published by Raymond Mar, a psychologist at York University in Canada, and Keith Oatley, a professor of cognitive psychology at the University of Toronto, those who read fiction are capable of the most empathy
Top 50+ Novels for Tech Geeks
Science & Tech  (tags: Tech Geeks, Reading, Novels, Books, Literature, Knowledge )

Anna
- 3104 days ago - onlinecollegecourses.com
Entire genres and subgenres exist that peer into where technological advances have come from, where they are, where they may go and what they may be like in worlds beyond the known.
100 All-Time Greatest Popular Science Books
Science & Tech  (tags: Science Books, Litertature, Tech, Reading, Knowledge )

Anna
- 3117 days ago - oedb.org
The following list, compiled from a wide list of sources, touches upon some of the best available. A couple of advanced books have been tossed into the mix as a means of catering to readers thirsting for further information.
50 Awesome Blog Posts for the Kindle Addict
Science & Tech  (tags: Kindle, Addict, Reading, e-reader, information )

Sophie
- 3179 days ago - onlinecolleges.org
The listed blog posts in the article cover a wide spectrum of information regarding Amazon's revolutionary e-reader, with everything from hacks to charitable causes represented.
New Device Can Distinguish Over 300 Mental Choices By Reading Brain Waves
Science & Tech  (tags: Tsukuba, brain, reading, interpreting, brain waves, communications, disabled, the National Institute of Advanced Indus, Japan, researchers, portability, blinks, ALS, patients )

Naoko
- 3300 days ago - mdn.mainichi.jp
A small system for reading and interpreting the intentions of highly disabled persons who cannot communicate normally has been developed by a team of researchers at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) in Tsukuba,
Brain Abnormalities Discovered in People Who Have Trouble Reading Fast
Science & Tech  (tags: humans, reading, brain, abnormalities, white matter, learning disabilities )

Eduardo
- 4153 days ago - physorg.com
Some people who have problems reading quickly appear to have abnormalities in the white matter of their brains. These findings provide a model to better understand ways in which the brain may have developed differently in people with learning disabilities
   

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