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Money, Money, Money! It Changes Everything…

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Money, Money, Money! It Changes Everything…

Money is not the root of all evil, but it changes us in ways that are not always good.  So, we should be careful about money if we wish to lead ethical lives.

A number of recent studies have primed one group of subjects to think about money (by having them solve word puzzles that involve money-related terms, or by having them sit next to a computer with a screensaver showing dollar bills floating around, or even by leaving some Monopoly money nearby).  Then, the scientists compared the decision making of these subjects with subjects who were not primed to think about money.

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http://ethicsunwrapped.utexas.edu/money-money-money-changes-everything-2

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