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  • “Naives” with minimal prior Internet search experience (top), and “Savvies” with a lot of Web search experience (bottom).  Images show patterns of activity for first brain scans (left) and second brain scans (right).  Note during the second brain scans, which is after Internet training, both Naives and Savvies have similar brain patterns.
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    “Naives” with minimal prior Internet search experience (top), and “Savvies” with a lot of Web search experience (bottom). Images show patterns of activity for first brain scans (left) and second brain scans (right). Note during the second brain scans, which is after Internet training, both Naives and Savvies have similar brain patterns.
  • “Naives” with minimal prior Internet search experience (top), and “Savvies” with a lot of Web search experience (bottom). Overlay of first brain scan results (blue) and second brain scan results (red).  Note that the second brain scan reveals that “Naïves” have more activation of the frontal part of the brain that is involved in working memory and decision-making.
    UCLA
    “Naives” with minimal prior Internet search experience (top), and “Savvies” with a lot of Web search experience (bottom). Overlay of first brain scan results (blue) and second brain scan results (red). Note that the second brain scan reveals that “Naïves” have more activation of the frontal part of the brain that is involved in working memory and decision-making.
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