Paper vs. Screens: How the Brain Reads Best

Nowadays, many of us split our reading between paper and screens. Sometimes we pick up a printed magazine, sometimes we scroll through a book on our Kindle or tablet, and sometimes we read an article on our computer. But evidence suggests that our brains are better at reading on paper than on screens, in part because of its tactile dimension. Learn more.

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