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The science of lying [Psychology]
posted June 12 2013 9:49.36 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Each and every one of us tell lies, its in our nature, its in our DNA. It may have been a mechanism developed from the early humans to be accepted into a social group, or to be trusted, maybe honored or be admired. Or maybe even to find a pair... There though persons that are good lairs and others that are bad lairs. There are some though that are capable to even lie to themselves - able to trick themselves!

Here is a video with the science of lying!



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