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Falsely Accused? Here's How to Respond. Most People Do the Opposite, Harvard Study Finds

Inc.com
 2021-06-12

Cover picture for the articlePeople who are falsely accused tend to get angry--which makes others believe that they are indeed guilty. Those are the highly frustrating results of a new study from researchers at Harvard. If you're an employer, you need to watch out for your own instincts, which could lead you to assume an innocent person has done something wrong. And, importantly, you should use this information to temper your own reactions if you're ever falsely accused yourself.

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