Why we cheat
Professors and college administration are using technology to crack down on cheating, and yet it still persists in most fields of study. Do students cheat because of ignorance, desperation or malicious intent? Midmorning speaks with researchers about why students aren't playing fair.
- Taylor Ellis: Associate dean for undergraduate programs and technology at University Central Florida in the College of Business.
- Thomas Dee: Professor of public policy and economics at the University of Virginia.
- Daniel Ariely: Professor of behavioral economics at Duke University and author of the new book "The Upside of Irrationality."