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Talking to Yourself Can Give You a Temporary Cognitive Boost [Mind Hacks]

Talking to yourself has long been frowned upon as a sign of craziness, but a recent study published in the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology suggests talking to yourself might actually help you find lost or hidden objects more quickly than being silent. More ยป
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