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Cues to deception.
Do people behave differently when they are lying compared with when they are telling the truth? The combined results of 1,338 estimates of 158 cues to deception are reported. Results show that inExpand
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Accuracy of Deception Judgments
  • C. F. Bond, B. Depaulo
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Personality and social psychology review : an…
  • 1 August 2006
We analyze the accuracy of deception judgments, synthesizing research results from 206 documents and 24,483 judges. In relevant studies, people attempt to discriminate lies from truths in real timeExpand
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Lying in everyday life.
In 2 diary studies of lying, 77 college students reported telling 2 lies a day, and 70 community members told 1. Participants told more self-centered lies than other-oriented lies, except in dyadsExpand
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Nonverbal behavior and self-presentation.
  • B. Depaulo
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychological bulletin
  • 1 March 1992
Because of special characteristics of nonverbal behaviors (e.g., they can be difficult to suppress, they are more accessible to the people who observe them than to the people who produce them), theExpand
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Do people know how others view them? An empirical and theoretical account.
Meta-accuracy is the extent to which people know how others see them. Following D.A. Kenny and L. Albright (1987), we show how the social relations model (SRM) can be used to investigateExpand
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Everyday lies in close and casual relationships.
In 2 diary studies, 77 undergraduates and 70 community members recorded their social interactions and lies for a week. Because lying violates the openness and authenticity that people value in theirExpand
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Telling lies.
Men and women (20 each) were videotaped while describing someone they liked, someone they disliked, someone they were ambivalent about, someone they were indifferent about, someone they liked asExpand
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Singles in Society and in Science
We suggest that single adults in contemporary American society are targets of stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination, a phenomenon we will call singlism. Singlism is an outgrowth of a largelyExpand
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Individual differences in judging deception: accuracy and bias.
The authors report a meta-analysis of individual differences in detecting deception, confining attention to occasions when people judge strangers' veracity in real-time with no special aids. TheExpand
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The Accuracy-Confidence Correlation in the Detection of Deception
A meta-analysis was conducted of research on the relation between judges' accuracy at detecting deception and their confidence in their judgments. A total of 18 independent samples revealed anExpand
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