There are science-based research show the opposite impact about reading on different materials. According to Maryanne Wolf, director of the Center for Reading and Language Research at Tufts University in Massachusetts, the research findings, electronic reading can negatively impact the way the brain responds to the text, including reading comprehension, focus and the ability to maintain attention to details like plot and sequence of events. While the benefit for printed books is that they are actually better for doing research and taking notes. Printed books help long-term memory recall. Scientists, who experimented with students reading digital versus printed text, found that those who did digital reading had to reread the material multiple times before understanding the material. With just clicking the button, the e-readers can get easily distracted. The constant scrolling on the screen and the inability to physically highlight the text does nothing to benefit the long-term memory.