Lie back and enjoy

9th June 1995 at 01:00
AUSTRALIA: Children begin to tell lies by the age of seven but far from being alarmed, teachers and parents should feel reassured, say psychologists. It should be seen as a sign of developing brain function, say Professor Beryl McKenzie and Kirsten Hoogenraad in the Australian Journal of Psychology.

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