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The nicer the car, the more likely the driver is to break the law

There's a whole body of research that draws a correlation between wealth and self-interested behavior. We take a closer look.
"At this point, we've got dozens of different studies looking at different facets of behavior that tell us that the more wealth you have, the less attentive to other people you become," says Paul Piff, a professor of psychological science at the University of California, Irvine.
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