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Defining, understanding and diagnosing pathological lying (pseudologia fantastica): an empirical and theoretical investigation into what constitutes pathological lying

@inproceedings{Treanor2012DefiningUA,
  title={Defining, understanding and diagnosing pathological lying (pseudologia fantastica): an empirical and theoretical investigation into what constitutes pathological lying},
  author={Katie Elizabeth Treanor},
  year={2012}
}
14 INTRODUCTION 16 Rationale of thesis 17 Current status of research 18 “A liar by any other name” – terminological considerations 19 Developing the research project 23 Thesis structure 25 CHAPTER ONE: STUDY 1, PART 1 – A systematic, critical review of the existing literature on pseudologia fantastica 28 1.1 Aims (of Study 1, Part 1) 29 1.2 Research questions 29 1.3 Method 30 1.4 Results and discussion 31 1.4.1 Type and breadth of literature available 31 1.4.2 Single and multiple case study… 
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