National Geographic 4 months ago
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Photograph by @danwintersphoto | Learning to lie is a natural stage in child development. Kang Lee, a psychologist at the University of Toronto, has explored how children become more sophisticated liars as they age. Darshan Panesar, a research assistant, and nine-year-old Amelia Tong demonstrate functional near-infrared spectro­s­copy technology, which Lee uses in his studies. Read more about the science behind our complicated relationship with the truth in the latest issue of @natgeo. #onassignment

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