Could Eating Chicken On The Bone Make Kids More Aggressive?
According to a new study, children become more socially aggressive and disobedient when they have to hold onto their food to eat it.By Briana Altergott | April 30, 2014
Getting children to behave better could be as easy as swapping that chicken leg for smaller pieces of food they can eat with a fork.
"A study in the journal of Eating Behaviors finds kids are more socially aggressive and disobedient when they have to hold onto their food." (Via KPTV)
The study's authors say they found that kids between the ages of 6 and 10 were more aggressive and rowdier when they were given foods they had to eat with their front teeth, like drumsticks, corn on the cob or apples. (Via Wikimedia Commons / Evan-Amos, Flickr / darwin Bell / Abhijit Tembhekar)