3-year-olds blindly believe what they are told--study
by Silky Chandvani - October 16, 2010
A new research delving on the child psychology reveals that tiny tots are more credulous and less of skeptical until they are a little older.
The findings suggest that while small children are able to figure out duplicity of information, they're primed to believe things they're told.
In order to evaluate whether kids are trusting in general or there is something special about verbal information, lead researcher and developmental psychologist, Vikram Jaswal, conducted an experiment.