The Statistical Probability of Children Lying Correlated to Age, Lying Acting as a Hallmark of Advanced Cognitive Abilities, and the Developmental Stage of Lying

By 2 years of age, 30% of children will tell a lie. This value increases to 50% by age 3 and by age 7 - 8, 100% of children lie. Children who lie earlier than others have better cognitive abilities and are more advanced in their progression into adolescence. The onset of lying is an important stage in development as it requires forethought and self control...

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