Sunday, May 16, 2010

The Liars Club

I guess this means we can't trust anything politicians and corporate executives say. Hey, I already knew that!

Little fibbers could grow up to be big players. Children who learn to lie at an early age have better developed brains, marking them out as potential executives and leaders, say researchers.


Lying involves multiple brain processes, such as integrating sources of information and manipulating the data to their advantage.-Kids who fib get to the top of the pile

1 comment:

  1. I absolutely hate liars.
    I never really was much of a liar. I didn't even cheat while playing Grounders. I am an honest person.

    I wish people were more honest with each other.


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