When will men/women be honest about money — or lie?
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Some of my favorite studies from psychology are when people will not or cannot tell the truth …and they don’t even know it.
For example, we have countless studies of people eating more because of the size of the dish they were served in — but if you point this out, they will steadfastly deny it. We can’t stomach the idea that our behavior can be profoundly altered by the power of our environment (something any skilled persuader can arrange).
That’s why I’ve put together a survey that is totally anonymous. As you know, I’m going to be writing about money and gender, generally a total minefield.
Before I do, let’s start by gathering the facts.
Here’s a survey about money and gender. It’ll only take a couple minutes. I’ll share the results in a few days.
The survey is ANONYMOUS, so you can be completely honest in your answers. I will never track your answers back to you.
Here’s the survey:
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