Neuropsychologists at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology have published research that shows the brain processes information better when you write with a pen instead of a keyboard, reports Mashable. The researchers discovered that the motor skills required to use a pen cause the brain to be active in larger areas, meaning more nerve cells were communicating with each other and thus processing more information. MG
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