[This focuses on the idea of priming] Group 1: participants told to write down as many of the 10 commandments as they could recall. Control Group: told to write down 10 books they read in high school. In a separate test, each group took a 20 question math test. After 5 minutes, each student was given the answers, asked to trash the test form, and indicate on a separate slip their score, for a payment of 50-cents per correct answer. Results: when cheating was not possible, the average score was 3.1 . When cheating was possible, the book group reported a score of 4.1 (33% cheating). When cheating was possible, the 10 Commandments group scored 3.1 (0% cheating)

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