KANG LEE, University of Toronto
Title: Little Liars: Development of Verbal Deception in Children
Ebbinghaus Empire Series 2015-2016
VIDEO RECORDING OF TALK
Abstract: Lying is a common occurrence during our everyday interpersonal communication. People tell lies for different purposes. In this talk, I will focus on how children learn to tell lies to conceal their transgressions from a very young age, and whether and how various cognitive-social-contextual factors affect the development of lying. I will also discuss cognitive-social-neural mechanisms underlying such development.
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