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From: The Boston Globe

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The Boston Globe:

Power corrupts in many ways—for one, it tends to make you think everyone else feels just like you do. In a new study, people who were put in a high-power frame of mind more readily assumed that their own personal traits and organizational values would be shared by other group members. People in a high-power frame of mind also more readily projected their own bad moods onto others.

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