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Why Students Cheat
"When a student sits down at a test, he knows how to cheat, in principle. But how does he decide whether or not he'll actually do it? Is it logic? An impulse? A subconscious reaction to the adrenaline in his blood and the dopamine in his brain? People cheat all the time. But why, exactly, do they decide to do it in the first place?" Maria Konnikova goes looking for some answers.
The New Yorker 10/31/13
Posted November 5, 2013 12:52 AM
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