Thursday, July 23 2009
What does the ubiquitous availability of digital text mean for the human brain as it processes ever-increasing amounts of information?
Thursday, December 4 2008
Between English- and Japanese-speakers, dyslexics and normal readers, struggling children and fluent adults, Wolf shows the not-so-obvious differences in both brain structure and in areas of activation.
Tuesday, September 25 2007
Because "the act of reading is not natural" in the sense of "genetically organized," the brain must "rearrange itself" to do so, a process Wolf explains on a neuronal level.