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    Michaelian, Kourken 2013. THE EVOLUTION OF TESTIMONY: RECEIVER VIGILANCE, SPEAKER HONESTY AND THE RELIABILITY OF COMMUNICATION. Episteme, Vol. 10, Issue. 01, p. 37.


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Self-deception, lying, and the ability to deceive

  • Aldert Vrij (a1)
  • DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0140525X10002293
  • Published online: 03 February 2011
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Von Hippel & Trivers (VH&T) argue that people become effective liars through self-deception. It can be said, however, that people who believe their own stories are not lying. VH&T also argue that people are quite good lie detectors, but they provide no evidence for this, and the available literature contradicts their claim. Their reasons to negate this evidence are unconvincing.

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