This Is The Time Of Day We're More Likely To Cheat

This Is The Time Of Day We're More Likely To Cheat

This Is The Time Of Day We're More Likely To Cheat

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It's not necessarily under the cover of night!

We've all been there: We arrive at the office at 9 a.m., proceed to eat a nice healthy breakfast, bang out some stellar work, and are totally pleasant to our colleagues. Then, 3 p.m. hits, and we're snappy, unfocused, and hitting the vending machine hard.

While this scenario might seem more like your daily dossier than anything particularly scientific, it actually is: New research has suggested mornings really are when we're at our absolute best, and by the afternoon — worn out from our earlier attempts at being angelic — we're more likely to lie, cheat, or indulge in lazy behavior, reported NBC News.

Read the rest over at StyleCaster: Afternoons Turn Us Into Lazy, Lying Cheaters: Study

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