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Unformatted text preview: (accuracy is typically 15-20%) Most lies are detected indirectly Variation in detection is due almost entirely to transparency (Levine, 2009)-a small percentage of liars are really bad at it McCornack & ParksIntimacy and Accuracy in Detection Intimacy should increase Confidence-confidence is confidence in you detection ability (Im pretty confidant that I know when you are lying) Confidence should increase Truth Bias-the bias toward thinking that everything someone says to you is true Truth Bias should decrease Accuracy in Detecting Deception Findings support this causal chain o Intimacy(UP) Confidence(UP) Truth Bias(UP) Accuracy(DOWN) Steves tip is to just trust people because suspicion doesnt boost accuracy...
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- Spring '08