Whole Health: Mean and Green

Buying green may start with good intentions, but it can end with a bad attitude. A study published in the journal Psychological Science found that students who bought eco-friendly products as part of a money-sharing game were more likely to cheat and steal. Researchers found that, in buying green, this study group developed a sense of entitlement as a reward for doing good, a reaction that goes against

Buying green may start with good intentions, but it can end with a bad attitude. A study published in the journal Psychological Science found that students who bought eco-friendly products as part of a money-sharing game were more likely to cheat and steal. Researchers found that, in buying green, this study group developed a sense of entitlement as a reward for doing good, a reaction that goes against the conventional wisdom that portrays green consumerism as the gateway to bettering

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