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Studies Show That Wealthy And Powerful More Likely To Lie, Cheat And Steal
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'The idea that power and wealth can corrupt a person and negatively impact their ability to make decisions is not a new discovery. This is an ancient piece of knowledge that has been passed down for generations in many different ways and different languages, the basic message being that “power corrupts.”

The two most significant forms of power in our modern world is political power and financial power, which is how things have been for most of history. Over the years, studies have shown that the wealthy and powerful are more dishonest than the average person, and more likely to lie, cheat and steal to get what they want.

Dacher Keltner, a psychologist at the University of California at Berkeley who has spent decades studying wealth and power, told the Washington Post last year that the effect that power has on a person seems to be a part of human nature. “To researchers who study wealth and power, it’s dismaying but not surprising, because it tracks so closely with our findings. The effect of power is sadly one of the most reliable laws of human behavior,” Keltner said.

In one experiment that Keltner conducted, researchers observed a busy intersection and found that people in expensive cars were four times more likely to cut off other drivers and ignore right-of-way laws.

“It told us that there’s something about wealth and privilege that makes you feel like you’re above the law, that allows you to treat others like they don’t exist,” Keltner said.

In a following experiment, Keltner sent one of his fellow researchers to pose as a pedestrian and ordered them to cross the road while the team observed which cars stopped and which ones didn’t. Keltner found that more than half of the expensive cars sped through the intersection and didn’t pay any attention or even make eye contact with the pedestrian. Meanwhile, every single person who pulled up to the car in a cheap car stopped.'



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Studies Show That Wealthy And Powerful More Likely To Lie, Cheat And Steal

History has shown that as well.



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