Study: Kids More Likely To Trust A Pretty Face

Study: Kids More Likely To Trust A Pretty Face

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According to a new study by scientists at Harvard University, kids trust a pretty face.

Researchers tested 32 four- and five-year-old kids. They were shown 12 photos of women, and both boys and girls tended to believe answers assigned to pictures of pretty women.

Scientists say they found no obvious reasons as to why the youngsters were biased toward attractive people.

Why do you think kids tend to trust attractive people? Let us know in the comments!

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