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The benefits of being late to work

In July 2013, a study claimed that ‘night owls’ more often display signs of narcissism and psychopathic tendencies. The results of a July 2014 survey, however, suggests that cheery ‘morning’ people are more likely to behave unethically in the evening hours.

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