SEATTLE - From athletes who abuse illegal substances in order to win to business executives who lie on financial statements to boost profitability, examples of cheating are all around.

But while the average person tends separate themselves from those egregious offenders, most individuals actually tell lies every day, Dan Ariely, professor of psychology and behavioral economics at Duke University, said at the Investment Management Consultants Association’s annual conference in Seattle.

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