Let’s start with a hypothetical. You are a babysitter, and the youngster under your care wants a chocolate bar. You ask, “Did your father forbid you from eating candy before dinner?” The child says, “No, he didn’t, but I suspect he wanted more information about past eating of chocolate bars put out. But I’m not interested in putting out summaries of his findings because that only triggers a lot of discussion and analysis.” You are impressed with the 8-year-old’s vocabulary and give him his Hershey’s. Later, you find out he was forbidden from eating chocolate. When asked about it, the youngster responds that, well, you never asked about what Mom said.