Children between five and seven who have been lied to about the presence of candy in an adjacent room are likelier to look at, and to lie about having looked at, a forbidden toy playing Beethoven’s “Für Elise.” | Harper's Magazine

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Children between five and seven who have been lied to about the presence of candy in an adjacent room are likelier to look at, and to lie about having looked at, a forbidden toy playing Beethoven’s “Für Elise.”

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Children between five and seven who have been lied to about the presence of candy in an adjacent room are likelier to look at, and to lie about having looked at, a forbidden toy playing Beethoven’s “Für Elise.”

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