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Multitaskers Take Heed!

Students are not the only ones who think that by doing a number of things at once (listening to music, texting a friend, working on a paper, sipping on coffee) that they are modeling a high degree of efficiency and … Continue reading

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Reading Literary Fiction Builds Human Awareness

A recent study in the journal Science, whose results were also covered in the New York Times piece on October 3, 2013 (“I Know How You’re Feeling, I Read Chechov”) underscores the importance of reading literary fiction. While popular fiction … Continue reading

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