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Psychology Today: Are people who swear more honest?


A study co-authored by Dr David Stillwell, Reader in Computational Social Science at Cambridge Judge Business School, on how people who swear more are more honest, featured in the article. “We found a consistent positive relationship between profanity and honesty; profanity was associated with less lying and deception at the individual level and with higher integrity at the society level,” the study says.

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