What do fishing, chess, ballet, bodybuilding, and softball have in
common? Cheaters win and sometimes that’s okay. Cheating is commonplace in nearly
every competitive venue from Little League to the Olympics. Sometimes it is ignored and
considered ethically ambiguous, while other times it's considered morally reprehensible and punished
harshly. We will explore cheating from the biological, psychological, economic, and cultural perspectives
to understand the incentives to cheat in sports and why it matters...or doesn't.
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