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Deceiving and detecting deceit: Insights and oversights from the
first several hundred studies
 
A Presentation by Bella DePaulo
Professor of Psychology, University of Virginia
Wednesday, February 24, 1999 at 4:00 - 5:30pm
Girvetz 1004
A colloquium co-sponsored by the Interdisciplinary Program in Human Development, Department of Communications, Developmental and Evolutionary Psychology program, and the Social Psychology program, UCSB
 
 
Background
 
Bella DePaulo is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Virginia. For the past 20 years, she has been studying the communication of deception, including diary studies of lying in everyday life and the role of lying in relationships, as well as experimental research on the effectiveness of lies. She also studies nonverbal behavior, often from a self-presentational prespective. Currently, she is working on meta-analyses of the hundreds of studies of deceptive communications. She has also been concerned with developmental processes in the use and understanding of deception.

 

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