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From: The Boston Globe

Time, the ethics cop

The Boston Globe:

Time is money—or so they say. According to a new study, however, the two concepts push people in opposite directions when it comes to ethical behavior. People who were exposed to time-related words or concepts were significantly less likely to cheat than people who were exposed to money-related words or concepts.

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