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Neuroscience Paper Ranked among Top 100 by Scientific Reports 2019

Have you ever wondered what is actually going on inside your brain when you read a text? Did you know your brain will work differently when you read expository texts? In a research article recently published by Scientific Reports, our Faculty Dean Prof. Li Ping and his team shared their research findings on the reading brain in scientific text comprehension as well as the effects of e-device usage on learning. The paper is one of the top 100 downloaded neuroscience papers for Scientific Reports in 2019.

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