Mon September 24, 2012
Many Of Us Are Small-Stakes Cheaters, But Why?
Originally published on Mon September 24, 2012 1:20 pm
Kick a golf ball back onto the green. Sneak a peek at an opponent's cards in a friendly poker game. Grab a few hundred extra dollars in Monopoly. Duke University professor Dan Ariely studies cheating, and has figured out what drives us to to do it, and how we justify our actions.