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(University of Illinois College of Liberal Arts & Sciences) When does a person receive too much health information? What's the best way for health providers to convey information without consumers skipping over or forgetting key information? According to a new study from the University of Illinois, the answer lies in the goal of a specific health objective. Dolores Albarracin, professor of psychology, led a study of the behavior of some 459 people to shine light on this topic that challenges health providers.
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