Further research reveals that extroverted, sociable people are slightly more likely
to lie, and that some personality and physical traits—notably self-confidence ...
Research, resources, links and books on the motivation behind lies and
Sep 4, 2012 ... And research also shows that people are more likely to lie when they can justify
such lies to themselves. With these findings in mind, Shalvi and ...
Feb 20, 2015 ... Sometimes it seems as if we are surrounded by people that are not truthful. Sadly
enough, the available scientific research about lying confirms ...
The finding: A sense of power buffers individuals from the stress of lying and
increases their ability to deceive others. The study: Dana Carney divided
May 6, 2008 ... ... of Southampton in England who has led much of the research. ... When telling
outright lies, people tend to look and sound tenser than usual.
May 18, 2009 ... A growing body of research shows that people lie constantly, that deception is
pervasive in everyday life. One study found that people tell two to ...
Why People Lie: Investigating the Truth About Deception ... Research suggests
that by the age of 3, most children understand the short-term benefits of ...
Some research links lying with such facial and bodily cues as increased pupil ...
of people distinguishing truths from lies revealed overall accuracy was just 53 ...
May 15, 2006 ... "People almost lie reflexively," Feldman says. "They don't think about it as part of
their normal social discourse." But it is, the research showed.