It seems to matter what you read (via Quartz)

Culture, Society and Art , Education and Training

Luke MacGregor wrote end of June about “a study published in the International Journal of Business Administration in May 2016, found that what students read in college directly affects the level of writing they achieve.” Published on Quartz, below a noteworthy quote:

woman-reading-on-beach“Understanding others’ mental states is a crucial skill that enables the complex social relationships that characterize human societies—and that makes a writer excellent at creating multilayered characters and situations.”

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