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What Happens In The Brain While Reading?

What Happens In The Brain While Reading?

Different brain parts get activated when you read, such as the temporal lobe, angular and supramarginal gyrus, and frontal lobe. Consequently, neural responses help you understand, visualize and vocalize words. As you read, your brain’s limbic system also activates emotions. Brain activity increases in the left hemisphere while reading. Your brain becomes engaged in helping […]

How You Talk To Your Child Might Make Them Smarter

How You Talk To Your Child Might Make Them Smarter

Most would agree that using curse words or talking about something horrific in the news are things to avoid discussing with a child. You could argue that there are things in life that might be too difficult to explain to a child, and better left for later on in life. You may want to start […]

who doesn't read books in America

Who Doesn’t Read Books In America?

With all the book blogs, book box club subscriptions, and websites to find free books, you’d think that man Americans spend more time reading and less time watching TV. However, a 2019 Pew Research reported that 27 percent of US adults haven’t read a book in the past 12 months! Many survey respondents said that they don’t […]

fears of public speaking

Fears of Public Speaking And Apps That Can Fix Them

It’s presentation day at work, and you’re shaking in your boots. Know that you aren’t the only one in the room who doesn’t care to stand up in front of a group of people, and pitch a ground-breaking idea to the company. Experts estimate that about 75% of the population has a case of glossophobia […]

how graduate students can read scientific papers

How Graduate Students Can Quickly Read And Comprehend A Scientific Paper

The coronavirus continues to dominate the news now with cities limiting gatherings to no more than ten people. Restaurants, bars, and local businesses are shutting down in the meantime to stop the spread of the virus. Colleges included. Classes continue for many graduate students as they move to a streaming platform, and researcher papers are […]

How to read a scientific study

How Non-Scientists Can Read And Discern A Scientific Paper

Let’s address the elephant in the room, COVID-19, better known as the coronavirus. The coronavirus outbreak is all over the news and has society scared. World Health Organization (WHO) and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are keeping people up-to-date, separating facts from fiction. For those who aren’t scientists in the field of […]