The study behind the #FruitSnackChallenge

Parents are filming their kids after they leave them alone with a bag of snacks... Did you know the research experiment behind the viral fruit snack challenge?

05/20/2020 6:59 PM


  • Carolyn P.
    08/10/2020 02:29

    What a complete waste of time

  • Paul R.
    07/29/2020 01:26

    Yea right

  • Helen M.
    07/26/2020 00:53

    She is so smart she deserves more for just being patient

  • Angela W.
    06/07/2020 01:57


  • Karun M.
    05/24/2020 05:15


  • Alex F.
    05/23/2020 07:29

    This is a metaphor for taking precautions against Covid: wait and you’ll gain better benefits. If you enter early, the toll will be worse.

  • Anwar H.
    05/22/2020 22:22

    She’s a child, not a dog, don’t train her like a dog.

  • Florence C.
    05/22/2020 09:14

    Very good , upbringing ❤️👍

  • Peter R.
    05/22/2020 02:04

    Cruel punishment.

  • Janet F.
    05/21/2020 22:21

    Oh I love this sweet child. Good girl. She must have one more.

  • Daniel S.
    05/21/2020 19:53

    she is mine

  • Meida P.
    05/21/2020 19:50


  • Brendan C.
    05/21/2020 17:42

    Apparently kids vs adults have the same amount of impulse control (on average) according to meta-analysis of this experiment and the "marshmallow experiment"

  • Charlotte P.
    05/21/2020 13:25

    The Marshmallow test!! - Clearly Facebook is reading our WhatsApp messages 😂

  • Anil J.
    05/21/2020 12:42

    me waiting to buy a bike xD

  • James B.
    05/21/2020 11:20

    Completely random and cruel for the child. Patents are just bored.

  • Mandy A.
    05/21/2020 08:46

    What a load of rubbish. Come on......Kylie Jenner... Honestly. Come on.

  • Wankhede A.
    05/21/2020 05:56

    inhe kya hi pata chalega 😂

  • Swapnil S.
    05/21/2020 05:02

    This was originally called marshmallow test. It was first conducted by Walter Michel. This was for self control. Those children who waited for 15 min without eating were more successful in their life that was the conclusion...

  • Daniel R.
    05/21/2020 04:51

    Isn't a form of torture?_what happen if the kid always fails?_ Does it means the kid can't be trusted?_

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