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If you've never considered yourself a convincing liar, your bladder may have something to do with that. Yep, a California State University study has just found a fascinating connection between bathroom breaks and fibbing.
The study featured 22 student participants, who were first quizzed on certain social and moral issues. Half the group was then asked to drink a hefty 700mL of water, while the other half drank only a paltry 50mL. Forty-five minutes later, participants were asked to lie about their previously stated beliefs.
As it turned out, the students who had a full bladder showed fewer physical signs of lying, such as overactive blinking, fidgeting, and vocal pauses. They also gave more complex answers. In other words, the students who really needed to pee were actually better at lying.
The lead researcher in the study, Iris Blandon-Gitlin, attributes their superior fibbing abilities to increased control and focus due to having a full bladder. Apparently, there's a ton of neurological overlap between feeling like you have to go and feeling like you have to fudge the truth a little. She said, "They're subjectively different, but in the brain they're not. They're not domain-specific.
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