No one likes smug know-it-all friends, relatives or co-workers who believe their knowledge and beliefs are superior to others. But now these discussions at the dinner table, bar or office might be less annoying. A new study indicates what many people suspect: these know-it-all people are especially prone to overestimating what they actually know.
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