And it Seems Wealth Can Bring Bad Behavior

Yep, it's a "good stuff is bad for you" kind of week here on the Connection

Another study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy for Sciences shows that people of higher socioeconomic status are more likely to break traffic laws, lie in negotiations, take valued goods from others, and cheat to increase chances of winning a prize.

Mike Springer notes: Perhaps most surprising, as this story by PBS NewsHour economics reporter Paul Solman shows, is that the tendency for unethical behavior appears not only in people who are actually rich, but in those who are manipulated into feeling that they are rich.

Watch the video, it'll blow your mind.