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Boredom research has now become more interesting

Being bored has just become a little more nuanced, with the addition of a fifth type of boredom by which to describe this emotion. Researchers provide insight into how boredom is experienced in everyday life. The study is among the first to quantifiably investigate different types of boredom.
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