Pathological lying is a behavior of habitual or compulsive lying. It was first
described in the medical literature in 1891 by Anton Delbrueck. Although it is a ...
Differences in Pathological, Compulsive, Chronic, and Habitual Liars.
How to Spot a Pathological Liar. A pathological liar is someone who
compulsively tells lies or fabricates information. A pathological liar may not be
Sep 10, 2014 ... Pathological lying (PL) has been defined by the Psychiatric Times as a “long
history (maybe lifelong history) of frequent and repeated lying for ...
Oct 31, 2016 ... Internet trolls were delighted last night to find that Googling "pathological liar" led
to a photo of none other than Hillary Clinton.
Feb 16, 2016 ... Lying is part of everyday life, but pathological or compulsive liars take it to the
extreme. Here, the facts behind liars, including how to spot one.
Includes: lying as a symptom of a disorder, the difference between pathological
and compulsive liar, how to deal, and finding treatment for yourself or a friend.
Jun 1, 2008 ... Pathological lying (PL) is a controversial topic. There is, as yet, no consensus in
the psychiatric community on its definition, although there is ...
Oct 31, 2016 ... If you searched “pathological liar” on Google, a photo of Democrat presidential
candidate Hillary Clinton appeared, next to the definition of what ...
Apr 22, 2015 ... We call these people, of course, pathological liars. Psychiatry is a little less
cavalier about the pathological part. Pathologies are conditions or ...