Definition: Slow Reading

Slow Reading

The intentional reduction in the speed of reading, carried out to increase comprehension or pleasure.

 

The name is obvious for what it is. The impetus to do so in this day and age of hurrying through things, and slow reading’s benefits, are less obvious, as described in the TEDRadio Hour podcast below.

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