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In today's society, children with high IQs are greatly prized
Parenting Advice
Rosemond John
John Rosemond
Parents of children who habitually lie can breathe a huge sigh of relief — The New York Times says that budding Pinocchios are more intelligent than kids who tell the truth (“Is Your Child Lying to You? That’s Good,” Alex Stone, Jan. 5, 2018). The Grey Lady’s announcement is based on studies done in the 1980s in which young children who disobeyed an instruction and then denied having disobeyed were discovered to have higher IQs than those who admitted disobedience.
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