"Reading something on a screen -- as opposed to a printout -- causes people to home in on details and but not broader ideas, according to a new article by Geoff Kaufman. a professor at Carnegie Mellon, and Mary Flanagan, a professor at Dartmouth.Researchers say computer screens change how you think about what you read - The Washington Post
"Digital screens almost seem to create a sort of tunnel vision where you're focusing on just the information you're getting this moment, not the broader context," Kaufman said."
Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Researchers say computer screens change how you think about what you read - The Washington Post
Not sure I got the point of this article...