DECEPTION

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DECEPTION : 

DECEPTION Presentation by Alex Badecker

“… research findings indicate that most people tell at least one lie every day (DePaulo & Kashy, 1998) and use deception in almost 20 percent of their social interactions.” : 

“… research findings indicate that most people tell at least one lie every day (DePaulo & Kashy, 1998) and use deception in almost 20 percent of their social interactions.”

Reasons For Deception : 

Reasons For Deception Concealment Feelings; reaction Personal Gain Avoid Unfavorable Situations or Outcomes Hurt another emotionally Fear of Punishment Facilitate Social Interaction

What Is Deception? : 

What Is Deception? Involves a complex interaction of Facial expressions Body Language Linguistics “To cause to accept as true or valid what is false or invalid”

Paul Ekman, PhD on Microexpressions : 

Paul Ekman, PhD on Microexpressions (Please Click Play)

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Microexpressions Facial expressions lasting a fraction of a second, may involve portion of or entire face Interchannel discrepancies Incongruent nonverbal messages

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Eye Contact Less or more Increased pupil size Exaggerated Facial Expression Higher Voice Pitch

Effects of Deception : 

Effects of Deception Normal human outlook anticipates positive behavior Negative deception increases mistrust toward person and people in general Encourages further lying/deception

Take-Aways : 

Take-Aways

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