Journal of Basic and Applied Psychology
Livescience: Why we lie
The Telegraph: Men lie twice as much as women
Popular Science: You're more likely to cheat in the afternoon
Live science: Why we lie
Dev Psychol. 2013 Oct;49(10):1958-63: Emergence of lying in very young children.
Lewis, M. (1993). The development of deception. In C. Saarni and M. Lewis (Eds.), Lying and deception in everyday life (pp. 90-105). New York: The Guilford Press.
Truth about Perception: Children and lying
The Royal Society: Proceedings of the Royal Society B – Cooperation creates selection for tactical deception
Social Psychological and Personality Science 2010. N. L. Carter, J. Mark Weber. Not Pollyannas: Higher Generalized Trust Predicts Lie Detection Ability.
The British Psychological Society: a review of the current scientific status and fields of application of polygraphic deception detection
Counselling directory: Why do we tell lies?
Independent: Whenever you lie, your brain adjust to make telling bigger whoppers easier, study find.
University College, London: The brain adapts to dishonesty
The American Psychological Association: The Truth About Lie Detectors (aka Polygraph Tests).
Cambridge University Press: Self-Awareness in Animals and Humans: Developmental Perspectives.
US FBI: The Truth About Lying: What Investigators Need to Know.
LiveScience: Why We Lie, Life's Extremes: Pathological Liar vs. Straight Shooter.
US National Institutes of Health: Telling Lies: The Irrepressible Truth? Prospects of functional magnetic resonance imaging as lie detector, Suppressing the truth as a mechanism of deception: Delta plots reveal the role of response inhibition in lying.
Psych Central: Pathological Lying: Symptom or Disease?
Psychological Science: The Morning Morality Effect
The Influence of Time of Day on Unethical Behavior.
The Royal Society Publishing: Getting back to the rough ground: deception and 'social living.'
Social Psychological and Personality Science: Not Pollyannas: Higher Generalized Trust Predicts Lie Detection Ability.
University of Chicago, USA: Why and when we lie.
University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA: UMass Amherst Researcher Finds Most People Lie in Everyday Conversation.
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