Military-funded brain science sparks controversy
Brain-machine interfaces and the prospect of ‘human guinea pigs’ raise concerns.
Upper class people more likely to cheat
People from the wealthy upper classes are more likely than poorer folks to break laws while driving, take candy from children and lie for financial gain, according to a recent study.
The ethics of shooting Bigfoot
If you spot Bigfoot, should you shoot him? Some enthusiasts say yes.
Study says wide faces can predict unethical behavior
Men with broader faces are approximately three times as likely to lie in negotiations than narrower-faced men.