May 1, 1997 ... Further research reveals that extroverted, sociable people are slightly more likely
to lie, and that some personality and physical traits—notably ...
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 ...
our research investigates reports of how often people lie. In order to ... DePaulo
conducted research to answer the question ''how often do people lie ... ?'' and in ...
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.
The first is that people can be separated into those who lie and those who do ... I
began my research on lying in everyday life with a biasœmy belief that telling.
I want to bust some myths about lying by unveiling the truth about dishonesty and
... Dan Ariely) and the most interesting tidbits from the research on deception.
May 18, 2015 ... The film is a fascinating exploration of the current scientific research on the little
things that nudge people into lying, cheating, and stealing, and ...
May 6, 2008 ... When telling outright lies, people tend to look and sound tenser than usual. ...
The researchers had 62 Northeastern University students fill out a ...
Research shows that people lie in various ways depending on their perception of
the closeness, importance and level of intimacy of relationships (DePAULO ...
Humans are lied to as many as 200 times a day. ... of Massachusetts, who found
that on average, people told two to three lies in a ten-minute conversation.