The truth about lies and the liars that tell them
Lying occurs in everyday experiences: by politicians, by police, by authorities, by lawyers, by immigration agents, by new acquaintances, by people you know, and by those in your family. Not by all of these. But which ones?
According to Dr. Paul Ekman, one of the world’s most proficient and professional deception detectives, the top two most frequent motives for lying are:
- TO AVOID, Evade Punishment for breaking a rule or law, and
- TO MANIPULATE, To Gain Advantage, to obtain something more easily or to obtain something that is unobtainable without lying.
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