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Deceptive Communication

Deceptive Communication

First Edition

August 1993 | 142 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Focusing on deception in interpersonal communication, this volume explores nonverbal cues and other detection devices, situational factors affecting detection accuracy and ethical considerations in conducting research in the area.

The volume both synthesizes the authors' 15 years of collaborative research and presents current findings from other scholars.

Deceptive Communication in Late 20th Century Society
Conceptualizing and Defining Deceptive Communication
Investigating Deceptive Communication
Characteristics of Deceptive Behavior
Misjudging Veracity
The Inaccuracy of Human Lie Detectors

Factors Influencing the Judgments of Veracity
Challenges for Future Research

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ISBN: 9780803934856