Dyslexia is a common learning disorder that affects around 1 in 10 people in the U.S., where it is typically diagnosed around second grade but sometimes goes undiagnosed and unmanaged well into adulthood.
We all know that reading a novel can transport you, delight you and intrigue you while you're reading it. Now, thanks research by scientists at Emory University, we know that immersing yourself in a novel
College students experienced heightened connectivity in their left temporal cortexes after reading fiction. Scientists have proven in the past that reading stimulates many different parts of the brain.
Science News Machines that can read people's minds are getting closer to reality: Scientists have revealed they can now use brain scans to read letters and images participants are viewing. The results
A debate has erupted over whether reading fiction makes human beings more moral. But what if its real value consists in something even more fundamental? A battle over books has erupted recently on the