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  • Smartphones cause digital dementia
  • Smartphones cause digital dementia
    Stig Nygaard ©

Smartphones cause digital dementia

We can’t remember anything, or spell properly anymore, in part due to our reliance on smart devices. Neuroscientists have coined the term ‘Digital Dementia’, describing a deterioration in cognitive abilities, usually seen as a result of head injuries or psychiatric illness.



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