overinform

overinform

(ˌəʊvərɪnˈfɔːm)
vb (tr)
to animate or inform excessively
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Goman advises communicators to give employees honest, no-nonsense information; release bad news and treat employees as thoughtful, intelligent adults; put messages into context -- don't just say what, say why, how and where; build as much interaction as practical into communication; combine new communication technologies with face-to-face, lectures and printed matter; make sure key messages are delivered by the people who are closest to the targeted recipients; try not to overinform or underinform; and remember that behavior speaks louder than words.
From the fact that a homodiegetic narrator addresses and overinforms a particular narratee, readers will indeed deduce more readily a psychological profile.