In this MSNBC article, research at Columbia University showed that, among other findings:
- For an average person, lying invokes negative emotions and that can reflect in, say, fidgeting in a chair or changing the rate of speech.
- Conversely, people in power do the lying more easily, and feel positively when doing it.
No wonder at many multinational corporations, CEOs are psychopaths, and many politicians too.
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