Do we agree with Dan here? For context, this was a conclusion from an experiment. ""Cheating doubled when Ariely told participants that he’d reward them for correct answers with convertible tokens (similar to gambling chips). As we move to a cashless and paperless society, this increased distance from using cash and less personal communication among people could be a harbinger for frauds that are easier to rationalize unless steps are taken to combat this new reality. (See “The Honest Truth About Dishonesty …”, pages 33-34.) You’d never steal $5 from a friend you see frequently, but you might rationalize stealing $5 from a person you see infrequently."" Source :

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