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 According to a survey conducted by researchers from Durham University in the UK in partnership with the Edinburgh International Book Festival and The Guardian. Almost a fifth of readers said they hear the voices or thoughts of characters in regular life even when they aren’t reading the book, something the researchers call “experiential crossing.” When a good book is in your head and you are thinking about the “voices” involved, it seems logical that those voices would add new perspective to what you see around you.   Previous neuroscience research has found that the parts of the brain associated with hearing voices become active when people read dialogue. 

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