People’s unconscious reactions to liars and truth-tellers are more accurate than their conscious judgments.
In this lesson, students learn about many different aspects about lying—what it is, why we do it, and how we do it.
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In this video, middle-school students work with entomologists to find desert insects that are attracted to light (and have a lot of fun along the way).
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