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More kids passed a new version of the famous "Marshmallow Test"
Why it matters: When it comes to resisting the urge to chomp on tasty marshmallows, it turns out teamwork matters. A new spin on the classic "marshmallow test," which studied children's ability to delay gratification, found kids are more likely to delay gratification when the delay is part of a cooperative effort with other kids.

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