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Google's Effects on Memory

Clip: 07/14/2011 | 4m 24s

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Columbia University Psychologist Betsy Sparrow discusses her newest research that examines the effect living in a search engine rich society has on the way we think. Her new paper, which she complete with the help of Jenny Liu and Daniel Wegner is titled, "Google Effects on Memory: Cognitive Consequences of Having Information at Our Fingertips".

Aired: 07/14/11 | Rating: NR

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