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But Grandmother! What Big Teeth You Have

Why do we read fables to children? This post provides an answer to that question by drawing about the BDT interpersonal trust model and related research. The post gives insight into what cues children use to detect deception and provides suggestions for how parents can help children to identify untrustworthy others in live and identify those techno-wolves on the internet. Read More

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Ken Rotenberg, Ph.D., is a professor of psychology at Keele University in the UK. He researches trust, loneliness, and other areas.


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