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Ever say a word so many times that it loses its meaning? There’s a term for that.

It’s much more important to make sure that a sleepwalker doesn’t harm themselves than worrying they will freak out if woken up (they won’t).

Researchers have found that rock, paper, scissors players are natural copycats. When each player is blindfolded, the results of the game follow chance alone. But when the players play normally, there are an abnormal number of ties. The researchers think that our tendency to subconsciously mimic others is the reason for the increased number of draws.