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If you stick to the titles, it doesn't make much difference in legibility: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0042698907002830. You could argue that it makes the page more easy to scan because titles stand out more. There are a few other things to consider though. Language is one of the things computers and algorithms aren't very good in. You ...


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Yes. I don't think it only increases the article's readability but also the legibility of the article. Depending on if your title's first letters are capitalized or not can also make a psychological change for readers who might go through a list of titles deciding which to choose from. This might not generally be possible for just articles but even stuff ...



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