Is Twitter killing our Minds?

“Our assumption about text messaging is that it encourages unconstrained language. But the study found this to be a myth,” says Lee. “The people who accepted more words did so because they were better able to interpret the meaning of the word, or tolerate the word, even if they didn’t recognize the word. Students who reported texting more rejected more words instead of acknowledging them as possible words.”

via Texting affects ability to interpret words.

This fits into other studies and interests of mine, but for now…

Jst dwl on it

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