The Globe and Mail reports on a study by Naquin, Kurtzberg and Belkin that will be presented in a couple weeks at the Academy meetings in Anaheim:
“Have you ever lied in an e-mail?
Honestly, you’re not alone. A U.S. study released Thursday shows e-mail is much more conducive to telling falsehoods than using old-fashioned pen and paper. Moreover, people feel more justified in doing it.”