Fatigue is the Enemy of Virtue By Craig Schwimmer, MD

June 7, 2013

This fascinating article describes the way that sleep deprivation impacts ethical decision making. People who suffered from even minor amounts of sleep deprivation were more likely to cheat than were people who got more rest. This is another example of how sleep makes our lives better, and of how we suffer when we don’t get the sleep we need.

 

http://blogs.hbr.org/cs/2013/05/sleep_deprived_people_are_more_likely_to_cheat.html

 

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