Study suggests hiding personal information judged the worst by others

(—A trio of researchers with Harvard University has conducted a series of experiments with different groups of volunteers with the goal of learning whether people do better by revealing unpleasant facts about themselves under certain interview type situations, than if they lie or try to hide it. In their paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Leslie John, Kate Barasz and Michael Norton describe the experiments they conducted and the conclusions they drew from their observations. —> Read More