So we had to do this big 'ol research project/paper/presentation for my dumb social psychology class. the teacher is incredibly lame, but we have to jump throuhg her hoops, so here goes. My group's subject is HONESTY, and we collected all these surveys checking people's attitudes and willingess to lie.
After we took all the surveys, one of us noted this little addendum on the back of the syllabus that she didn't mention in class. Namely, that we shouldn't do any of our stuff on-campus. How we're supposed to get somewhere else in the middle of the morning in LA during the time allotted for our "field work," I dunno, but that's her dumb little rule. So what're we doing about it? We're lying though our teeth about where we gathered our data.