The London Guardian reports on a study of reading on a Kindle as compared to reading a traditional book. Readers of the paper version performed significantly better when it came to reconstructing the chronological order of incidents in the plot. The story cites another study that found 10th graders had significantly higher comprehension rates when they read the paper version, as opposed to a digitalized text.
Read the findings after the jump. I then give my experience (which is rather different from what the study finds) and ask about yours.