Early Development of Language by Hand: Composing, Reading, Listening, and Speaking Connections in Children.
A 2006 study from the Department of Educational Psychology, University of Washington (Seattle) showed that Printing, Cursive Writing, and Typing on a keyboard are all associated with distinct and separate brain patterns - and each results in a distinct end result. When children composed text by hand, they not only consistently produced more words more quickly than they did on a keyboard, but expressed more ideas.... See the full study here.
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