Watching Children Learn How to Lie
In a new study, psychologists observed young children in real time figuring out how not to tell the truth.
Everybody Lies, And That’s Not Always A Bad Thing
When we think of lies, we think of the big stuff. We say, "I could never do something like that." But big lies start with small deceptions. Dan Ariely talks about why we lie and why we're honest.
Hidden Brain, NPR
Dazzled by Creativity: Why We Excuse Dishonest Acts
As it turns out, we all have a tendency to view unethical behavior as less dishonest when it also is creative.
The Real Problem With Hypocrisy
The reason you dislike it may come as a surprise.
The New York Times
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