How the Illusion of Being Observed Can Make You a Better Person

I have found this interesting article, by Sander Van Der Linden. Which fits into my theme of identity and performance. In this article Linden is explaining how being watched makes you perform as a better person as you are less likely to do something wrong when someone is watching you, such as sticking gum under a table or not picking up dog poo in a public place when no one is around.

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