People Are More Likely To Lie Or Cheat When They're Tired, Johns Hopkins University Study
7/3/2014 7:11:32 AM
How likely you are to lie today could depend on how well you slept last night. According to recent studies from three researchers, including Brian Gunia, an assistant professor at Johns Hopkins University's Carey Business School, people not only become less productive when they are tired, but they are also more likely to lie, cheat, or act unethically in other ways. Gunia, Christopher M. Barnes of the University of Washington's Foster School of Business, and Sunita Sah of Georgetown's McDonough School of Business found that morning people tend to act more unethically at night, and night owls tend to act more unethically early in the day.
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