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  • How Even The Best Of Us Can Act ‘Out Of Character’

    NPR - 05/17/2011

    We’re often taken aback when a respected governor, political candidate, husband or wife is caught cheating. But psychologist David DeSteno argues that there’s a growing body of evidence that shows that everyone — even the most respected among us — has the capacity to act out of character.

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