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Study Shows People In Power Make Better Liars

katovatzschyn The reptile (265 comments)

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/persuaders/interviews/rapaille.html "The Reptile Always Wins" Traits such as the submission to authority are part of the deep underlying reptile brain. Even when other parts of brain saying not to, it very hard to ignore these base desire to submit. It is the core of our intelligent being. This is more than just "correlation imply causation," it is reflection of deep underlying trait that is known. There is not many news in this story. If you look on this principle you will find much to read.

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