‘What Is Most Dangerous Is Losing the Ability to Critically Evaluate Ourselves. And Our Sense of Humour’
HSE University Rector Yaroslav Kuzminov congratulates students, teachers, and staff on the beginning of the university's 27th academic year.
When reading words on a screen, the human brain comprehends words placed on the right side of the screen faster. The total amount of presented information on the screen also affects the speed and accuracy of the brain’s ability to process words. These are the findings of HSE researchers Elena Gorbunova and Maria Falikman presented in an article that was published in the journal, Advances in Cognitive Psychology.