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Duping Delight

Duping delight is when a liar is secretly extremely pleased that their lie is being believed, and their delight leaks through in the form of suppressed smiling. Duping delight can be difficult to notice. To me duping delight comes across … Continue reading

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Ekman and Friesen’s 1974 Nursing Experiment

In 1974 Ekman & Friesen designed one of psychology’s first non-verbal communication deception experiments where ER nurses were asked to watch positive (such as a happy or uplifting scene) or negative (such as live amputations and burn victims receiving treatment) … Continue reading

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Dr Matsumoto on Lying, Deception and Microexpressions

What is the difference between deception and lying? How young do children start to lie? What are micro expressions and were they portrayed accurately in Lie to Me?  

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David Shearer Analysis, Caught in a Lie

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