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Oversharing over age

“Too much information!” Have you thought that when someone gave too much detail about a personal experience? A new study has found that oversharing increases with age. Researchers used a series of computerised tests to assess thinking skills in subjects aged from 17 to 84. First, they tracked inhibition: the ability to focus and ignore distracting information. Second, they monitored

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