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Have you ever read a book to the end, even once in your life? What I'm trying to say is, did you read all the sentences in the book from beginning to end?
Well, after reading the last sentence of the book and closing the book, did you take a deep breath and think about how much the book affected you?
Perhaps you were immersed in new thoughts by being grateful for that book. Maybe you felt a difference in yourself. If you read a book by paying attention to the smallest detail and internalizing it, you will enter the world of that book and when you finish the book, you will feel like you have won the book, but you will also be sad that the book is over. Because reading that book means the end of an impressive adventure for you. This creates a deep sadness inside you, like the end of a passionate summer love that you will never meet again. You experience both the happiness of passionate love and the pain of separation.
Annie Murphy Paul, one of the authors of Time magazine, defines reading done in this way as “deep reading”. According to Paul, many people no longer do deep reading. People often skim the book and give it a superficial read. So for Paul, deep reading is like an endangered species.
The number of real readers as well as the number of letter writers is decreasing day by day. People who read books are generally kinder and smarter than people who don't. This makes them cuter. The decrease in the number of people reading books in the world means that the number of civilized, sensitive and understanding people who truly deserve to be loved is decreasing day by day.
Between 2006-2009, two academicians conducted a research on reading books. One of these academics is Keith Oatley, professor of Cognitive Psychology at the University of Toronto. The other is Raymand Mar, a faculty member in the psychology department at York University. According to the results of this research, people who read fiction are more adept at developing theory of mind and empathizing with other people.
This type of reader cares about other people's opinions. Continuing to defend their own ideas, these people do not completely reject other ideas. He can compare his own thoughts with those of others. In fact, what's normal is that most people can do it. However, some social skills need to be developed in order to have a strong empathy ability. Fiction books seem to be good helpers in this regard.
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It is not surprising that people who read books are superior to people who do not read in many subjects. The reason for this is that the lives they get the chance to observe in the books become a kind of experience for them. Although they did not directly experience it, they are somehow witnessing the experience. This allows them to better understand the situation they are in.
Thanks to the tens or even hundreds of books they read, these people got to know different characters and tried to understand them. Perhaps they witnessed events that you would never have experienced. In these books, they shared the suffering of people you will never know. They learned to see things from both male and female perspectives. In short, they experienced many different lives, albeit abstractly. Therefore, these people can understand life more deeply and evaluate it better than people who do not read books.
In 2010, academic Raymond Mar conducted a similar study on children who read books. The results were similar to the previous study. It turned out that children who read books have much more developed social skills than children who do not read.
As a result, reading plays an important role in shaping a person's personality and developing his character by gaining new features.