MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A study done by the University of California, Berkley reveals upper-class individuals behave more unethically than the lower-class.

Paul Piff, a Ph.D. candidate in psychology at UC, Berkeley did seven studies about the behavior. His findings were published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science.

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The first and second study showed wealthy people are more likely to break the law while driving.

Study No. 3 showed wealthy individuals were more likely to exhibit unethical decision-making tendencies.

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Study No. 4 showed the rich were more likely to take valued goods and study No. 5 showed the rich are more willing to lie in a negotiation.

No. 6 showed the wealthy people are more likely to cheat to increase their chances of winning a prize.

The final study, No. 7 showed the rich are more likely to endorse unethical behavior at work.

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During an interview with Bloomberg News, Piff told them a “fundamental motive among society’s elite, and the increased want associated with greater wealth and status can promote wrongdoing.”