iBrain

iBrain

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Small, M.D., Gary | Vorgan, Gigi Collins Living, 2008 Audio summary available
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In iBrain, Gary Small and Gigi Vorgan show how digital technology is changing how the human brain functions. Not only do people think, behave, and feel differently as a result of daily exposure to high technology (computers, phones, video games, and search engines), but brain cells and neural pathways are evolving over the course of a single generation. The accelerated pace of high tech innovation has widened the traditional generation gap into something the authors call the brain gap which reflects the cultural differences between Digital Natives – those born into the high technology age – and Digital Immigrants – those who learned technology in adulthood.