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Deception: What is it, and how is it detected?

Zucherman & Driver (1985) discussed that four factors are involved in an attempted deception:

  • Attempted control
  • Arousal (of a stress response)
  • Felt emotion
  • Cognitive processing

This still holds true in our understanding today. In a deceptive interaction, these aspects may be observed through the six channels mentioned above. Let’s take a look at some examples:

https://www.eiagroup.com/knowledge/deception-lie-detection/

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