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The Wordle craze: Why do we love puzzles, and are they good for our brains?

By Penny Pexman, Professor of Psychology, University of Calgary
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Like a Scrabble habit, a passion for Wordle isn’t likely to make you smarter or ward off brain aging. But it may give you a daily dose of complex cognition combined with social interaction.The Conversation


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