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EMC, Can you say a bit more about why this is?
> With interesting corrollaries like the less the incentive for engaging in
> dissonant behavior the great the dissonance. If you were hansomely
> compensated for acting out of character it wouldn't generate much
> dissonance. Interesting memetics mechanisms afoot here in how *reducing*
> justification can influence behavioral modification.
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