The action dynamics of overcoming the truth.

  title={The action dynamics of overcoming the truth.},
  author={Nicholas D. Duran and Rick Dale and Danielle S. McNamara},
  journal={Psychonomic bulletin & review},
  volume={17 4},
A convincing deceiver must act in discordance with their knowledge of the truth. To do so requires the deceiver to resolve competition between what is known to be true and what is intended to be false. We investigated the temporal signature of this competition by examining the action dynamics of arm movement while participants responded falsely or truthfully to autobiographical information. The participants answered no or yes by navigating a Nintendo Wii Remote to no and yes regions on a large… CONTINUE READING

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