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According to both 20 studies published by Raymond Mar, a psychologist at York University in Canada, and Keith Oatley, a professor of cognitive psychology at the University of Toronto, those who read fiction are capable of the most empathy and “theory of mind,” which is the ability to hold opinions, beliefs and interests apart from their own.

Closed the spine with that slow awakening that comes with reentering consciousness?

You've just experienced something deep, something intimate. ) You just had an intense and somewhat transient metamorphosis.

You will find them in coffee shops, parks and subways.

You will see them with backpacks, shoulder bags and suitcases. They do not merely answer questions and give statements, but counter with deep thoughts and profound theories.

Every ache, pain and harsh truth becomes yours to bear.

You've traveled with authors and experienced the pain, sorrow and anguish they suffered while writing through it.Being overly smart is obnoxious, being wise is a turn on.There's something irresistible about someone you can learn from.It should be someone who doesn't just know you, but wholly and completely understands you.According to Psychologist David Comer Kidd, at the New School for Social Research, "What great writers do is to turn you into the writer.The need for banter and witty conversation is more imperative than you may believe, and falling in love with a reader will enhance not just the conversation, but the level of it.According to Cunningham, readers are more intelligent, due to their increased vocabulary and memory skills, along with their ability to spot patterns.It's gaining the experience they've gained from everything they've ever read and the wisdom that comes with those experiences.It's like dating a professor, a romantic and an explorer.They will be inquisitive and soulful, and you will know by the first few minutes of talking to them. They will enrapture you with their knowledge of words and ideas.According to the study, “What Reading Does For The Mind” by Anne E.

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