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Scientists Study Brains Of Writers

Posted at 7:32AM Tuesday 24 Jun 2014

In what can be only described as an attempt by the scientific community to strip writers of their sexy, mysterious qualities, a group of German researchers studied the neurological activity behind creativity.

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