The early bird may catch the worm, but that that doesn't mean everyone likes to get up early. A new study finds that early birds and night owls are more likely to be dishonest when awake at un-preferred hours.
The researchers looked at 200 people and found that across the board, early birds were more likely to be dishonest at night, and night owls were more likely to lie in the mornings. The results could be relevant for companies that have workers on odd shifts. Also, researchers note the findings "cast doubt on the stereotype that evening people are somehow [self-indulgent.]"