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MGMT 2120 Session #2 Cheating and Individual Choice Prof. Emily Nason, Fall 2011 MGMT 2120 Business, Society and the Individual Session #2 Cheating and Individual Choice
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MGMT 2120 Session #2 Cheating and Individual Choice Prof. Emily Nason, Fall 2011 Dan Ariely on our buggy moral code
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MGMT 2120 Session #2 Cheating and Individual Choice Prof. Emily Nason, Fall 2011 Group 1 Handed in their answers to the experimenter in the front of the room (who counted the number of correct answers) Average # of correct answers: 3 Group 2 Told the experimenter in the front of the room the number of correct answers; no need to hand in the answer sheet Average # of “correct” answers: 5.5 Group 3 Same arrangements as Group 2, except for first signing the statement: “ I understand this study falls under the MIT honor system Average # of “correct” answers: Your estimate? Search for two numbers below that will add to exactly 10. 1.69 1.82 2.91 4.67 4.81 3.05 5.82 5.06 4.28 6.36 5.19 4.57 Dan Ariely’s experiment
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