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Study says ‘angry Legos’ are harming your children

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Posted at 2:55 PM, Jun 12, 2013
and last updated 2013-06-12 14:55:25-04

Lego people are grumpy these days, according to a recent report from MSN.com.

The number of happy faces on the toy figurines is decreasing while “angry faces” are on the rise, says a study by the University of Canterbury, New Zealand.

The expert behind the investigation, which examined all 6,000 Lego mini-figures, says Lego figurines’ facial expressions can have a “significant impact” on children, noting they will “remember not only smileys, but also anger and fear in the mini-figures’ faces.”

Read the entire story from MSN.com, HERE.