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Speed Reading Is a Myth

Research shows speed reading is impossible without sacrificing comprehension

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I first learned about speed reading when I was 12. I was introduced to it by my middle-school physics teacher, who tried to convert his students into lifelong “power-readers.” He claimed to have mastered the art, demonstrating his mastery by “reading” through an entire stack of Pop Science…

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Stephanie Leguichard

Stephanie Leguichard

Writer, editor, leftist activist. Endlessly fascinated by the complexities of human minds and cultures. Completing my MA in Anthropology. sleguichard@gmail.com

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