Apr 29, 2016

Why resharing on social media could be making you more stupid | Science | News | The Independent

Reposting messages on social media makes people stupid, a new study suggests. Researchers from Cornell and Beijing universities found that the simple act of “retweeting” interfered with people’s understanding of the contents of the message. Professor Qi Wang, a human development expert at Cornell in the US, said: “Most people don't post original ideas any more. You just...

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