https://theeconomyofmeaning.com/2021/03/23/paper-versus-computer-round-237-and-238-now-again-in-favor-of-paper/

Två studier med introduktion på Pedro De Bruyckeres blogg. Inledning:

”Ända sedan det första påståendet att ”pen is mightier than the keyboard”, dvs. att man kommer ihåg mer när man skriver anteckningar på papper än när man skriver på tangentbord, har det gjorts olika positiva och negativa replikationer. Nu finns det ny forskning som stöder det ursprungliga påståendet …”


Den japanska studienPaper Notebooks vs. Mobile Devices; Brain Activation Differences During Memory Retrieval: https://www.frontiersin.org-articles-10.3389-fnbeh.2021.634158/full

Figure 3. Activated regions for the retrieval task. (A)Results of the “First 6 s—Last 4 s” contrast within the retrieval task period are shown for all participants. (B)Results of the “retrieval—2-back” contrast are shown for all participants. The lines indicate the locations of the sections.


Den norska studien, Assessing children’s reading comprehension on paper and screen;  A mode-effect study: https://reader.elsevier.com-reader/sd-pii-S0360131520300610?token= 

Fig. 2. Three levels of reading comprehension skills: from the lowest 25%, middle 50% to the highest 25%. Differences in performance is significant in favour of paper (light grey) across all three ability levels, cf. CI bars not overlapping.