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When it comes to getting preschoolers to share their toys, a new study finds that giving them a choice to share, rather than a reward, helps them share more with others in the future.
In new evidence announced Monday, investigators from Cornell University in the U.S. conducted a series of experiments on 72 preschool-aged children, from three to five years old.
Findings suggest that sharing when given a difficult choice leads children to see themselves in a new, more beneficent light, researchers said.
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