Study: It's not easy to trick a five-year-old
from Vancouver Sun
If you get your fun by tricking five-year-olds with tall tales, know this: They are keeping track and soon become savvy consumers of information. By kindergarten, children become wary of information presented to them with great confidence, especially if they have been tricked in the past, according to a new study by researchers at Concordia and the University of British Columbia.
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