When Pinocchio's nose does not grow: belief regarding lie-detectability modulates production of deception

@inproceedings{Sip2013WhenPN,
  title={When Pinocchio's nose does not grow: belief regarding lie-detectability modulates production of deception},
  author={Kamila E. Sip and David Carmel and Jennifer L. Marchant and Jian Li and Predrag Petrovi{\'c} and Andreas Roepstorff and William B. McGregor and Christopher D. Frith},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
  year={2013}
}
Does the brain activity underlying the production of deception differ depending on whether or not one believes their deception can be detected? To address this question, we had participants commit a mock theft in a laboratory setting, and then interrogated them while they underwent functional MRI (fMRI) scanning. Crucially, during some parts of the interrogation participants believed a lie-detector was activated, whereas in other parts they were told it was switched-off. We were thus able to… CONTINUE READING
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