2013 Psi Chi Distinguished Speaker: Charles R. Honts

Lying is a most ubiquitous human behavior. We lie in 25 percent of our interactions, and even trained lie catchers perform near chance. While many of our lies are inconsequential, some have resulted in the deaths of thousands. Despite this, deception and deception detection research is uncommon, and often derided. Why?


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