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People May Lie More Often in Emails, Instant Messages
Date:11/19/2011

the most.

Compared to in-person chats, "in email, you don't have to worry about your mannerisms giving anything away, so you could feel more free to lie about feelings," he said.

Dana Carney, an assistant professor of management at University of California, Berkeley, who studies lying, said it's easier to mislead via technology.

"When you're close to someone face-to-face, they're real to you and it's harder to do bad things, to lie to them," she said. "The more distance we have from someone, the more likely we are to make decisions in a cold, cognitive, rational way."

The study appeared in a recent issue of the Journal of Applied Social Psychology.

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To learn about the brain, the center of all lying, check Harvard University's Whole Brain Atlas.

SOURCES: Mattitiyahu Zimbler, senior researcher, University of Massachusetts-Amherst; Dana Carney, Ph.D., assistant professor, management, University of California, Berkeley; October 2011, Journal of Applied Social Psychology


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