Researchers at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology have found that children develop a memory when writing rather than typing on a keyboard.
Twenty young people and children participated in the study. All of them wore helmets that recorded brain activity.
For 45 minutes, one group of volunteers typed the text on the keyboard, while the rest wrote by hand. It turned out that it is during handwriting that the activities necessary for the formation and maintenance of memories are generated in the human brain.
Scientists have concluded that children remember more information when writing by hand. The brain receives an intense load and develops as a result.