Why Kids Lie: How Parents Can Encourage Truthfulness
For parents who find themselves wondering if their children are lying, Paul Ekman now gives them a way to find out and to promote truthfulness in their young ones. Explains the psychology of lying and introduces new research on the topic of cheating.
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Why Some Kids Lie More Than Others
Lying at Different Ages
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