“Ask me no questions, I'll tell you no lies”;: Situational exigencies for interpersonal deception

@inproceedings{Lippard1988AskMN,
  title={“Ask me no questions, I'll tell you no lies”;: Situational exigencies for interpersonal deception},
  author={Paula V. Lippard},
  year={1988}
}
Seventy‐five subjects recorded all instances of interpersonal deception over a three week period. The 940 acts of deception were coded according to type and frequency, motivation, and characteristics of recipients. Seven types emerged with lies accounting for 81% of all deceptive acts recorded. The frequency of deception was 4.2 acts of deception per subject per week, substantially less than in previous studies. The sixteen motivation categories revealed important differences from patterns… CONTINUE READING

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