Time and time again, people try to confirm rather than disconfirm given facts, even when the latter provides more useful information.
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Say you're about to take a test or give an important presentation at work, would you rather be calm and collected or angry and agitated?
Define the word, "obtuse." The more you've read, the more likely you are to know the meaning of that and other relatively bookish words.
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