The first study involved 128 employees all levels of a large international bank -- the researchers were sworn to secrecy about which one -- and 80 staff from a range of other banks
sounds like a reporter needs to learn to write...
The results showed the control group reported 51.6 percent winning tosses and the treatment group -- whose banking identity had been emphasized to them -- reported 58.2 percent as wins, giving a misrepresentation rate of 16 percent. The proportion of subjects cheating was 26 percent
how does one "emphasize" the test person is a banker? Does someone stand there and say "remember, Jimmy, you're a banker!!!" before each coin toss?
and what size oven is required to cook bankers?