(One Reason) Why Good People Do Bad Things During a Crisis

(One Reason) Why Good People Do Bad Things During a Crisis

During a crisis, your "ethical switch" can get temporarily and unconsciously turned off, making you vulnerable to (very) bad decision-making. This phenomenon, called ethical blindness, is a temporary, involuntary and unconscious state that is so potent that people who experience it (and make poor decisions) are often shocked and surprised by their own behaviour afterwards.

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