Vero, conosco persone talmente bugiarde da non accorgersi più quando stanno dicendo una bugia.
”A lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes. Charles Spurgeon”
Telling small lies causes changes in the brain that lead people down a “slippery slope” towards increasingly large acts of dishonesty, according to a new study.
Brain scans showed there was a strong emotional reaction in the minds of people who lied for the first time in a guessing game, but this effect gradually reduced over time as they played.
And, while players initially tended to tell relatively small lies, they gradually became more untrustworthy as they got used to deceiving other players for their own advantage.
The researchers said the study, described in a paper in the journalNature Neuroscience, was a warning to people to stick to the truth because failing to do so could have serious consequences.
“In life, you’ve probably observed small acts of dishonesty grow over…
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