What if you could submit your kid to a lie detector test of sorts? Would you want to know if your child told the truth?
Researchers at McGill University in Montreal have been gathering child volunteers ages 3-14 for experiments to study the role of lying in children's development. In one study kids are taken into a room, told to face the wall and not to turn around, not to peek at a toy on the table.
But when the supervising adult left the room, time after time the kids would take a look. In...Full Story