Psychologists say;

integrity
~That persons who have “low integrity” report more dishonest behavior
~Those people who have “low integrity” try to find reasons to prove such behavior
~Those people who have “low integrity” think others more likely to commit crimes — like theft, such as. (Since people seldom sincerely declare to a prospective employers their past deviance, the “integrity” testers adopted an indirect approach: letting the work-candidates talk about what they think of the deviance of other people, considered in general, as a written answer demanded by the questions of the “integrity test”
~Those persons who have “low integrity” exhibit impulsive behavior
~That persons who have “low integrity” tend to think that society should severely punish deviant behavior (Specifically, “integrity tests” assume that people who have a history of deviance report within such tests that they support harsher measures applied to the deviance exhibited by other people.)
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