Media coverage of Josephson Institute’s 2009 report on honesty and integrity

In October 2009, Josephson Institute released a report showing that those who lie and cheat in high school are more apt to be dishonest adults. The Institute’s biennial Report Card on the Ethics of American Youth has consistently shown widespread lying and cheating among teens, but the 2009 report is the first to suggest that this behavior (and related attitudes about it) can be a predictor of adult conduct. See report »


National Press Club Speech

On October 29, 2009, Josephson Institute president Michael Josephson addressed the National Press Club to highlight findings of the Institute’s 2009 study on adult integrity.
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