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The Science of PowerPoint Overload (01 Jun 2004)
One of the major symptoms of toxic PowerPoint is information overload, a condition well documented by critics and PowerPoint pundits. Thanks to the research of Richard E. Mayer, we've got a clearer understanding of the science that explains why it happens: we basically overload the cognitive processing ability of our brains.
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