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As technology advances, there has been a shift in how people obtain information. People used to exclusively obtain information by reading from paper, but now consumers also peruse internet articles on cell phone screens or computer monitors and purchase books using e-readers. This experiment will evaluate whether or not these new electronic formats help or hurt our reading comprehension. Is it easier to retain information when reading from paper versus a screen?

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Carte conceptuelle: Screens Versus Paper: Is Technology Hurting Reading Comprehension?

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Fecha publicación: 12.5.2016

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