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  • Amy Hughes

    Good Fiction Has Surprising Effect On The Brain, Scans Reveal- This is your brain on books.

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    Reading changes brain's connectivity - so keep reading!

  • T Ray

    It's no secret that reading is good for your brain. But what actually happens inside your brain when you read a great novel? “Stories shape our lives and in some cases help define a person,” Dr. Gregory S. Berns, director of Emory Uni...

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