What da heck!... I still woudn't my kid to be a liar. Liar! Liar! Pants on fire!.Researchers have found that the ability to tell fibs(an insignificant or childish lie) at the age of two is a sign of a fast-developing brain and means children are more likely to have successful lives.
A team of Canadian academics have found that the more plausible the lie, the more quick-witted they will be in later years and the better their abiliy to think on their feet. Lying involves multiple brain processes, such as integrating sources of information and manipulating the data to their advantage. It is linked to the development of brain regions that allow executive functioning and use higher order thinking and reasoning. - Source: Yahoo!News
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