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30 December 2013

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dangermom

There are so many ways I want to change this up and see what happens. It was a teeny study with just one thrillerish novel, I presume as a control. What happens if you read a really interesting history book? What would happen with an audiobook? What if it's a hard novel? SO MANY QUESTIONS.

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