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Rich people twice as likely to steal candy from children

Literally so, the experiment was to leave the subjects unsupervised with candy jars they knew were destined for children in another study. Reported on The World Tonight on BBC Radio 4 tonight. Paul Piff from the University of California at Berkeley has been studying how wealth affects your ethics. Subjects given unfair advantages in a game believed they deserved to win. tl:dr money not good for your goodness. Oh no, my precious. Auntie Beeb has not yet put the story up so I am linking this older one, just because I love the use of the word scofflaw. Here is a more recent one.


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