Employees more honest with Big Brother watching

Friday, 30 June 2006, 1:14 AM EST

"I was really surprised by how big the effect was, as we were expecting it to be quite subtle," said Melissa Bateson, a behavioral science researcher based at Newcastle University who led the study. "But the statistics show that the eyes had a strong effect on our tea and coffee drinkers."

At TechNewsWorld.

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