Nach 30 Tagen erhalten Sie dann monatlich ein Hörbuch Ihrer Wahl für 9,95 Euro pro Monat. Feldman uses this discussion of deception to explore ways we can cope with infidelity, betrayal, and mistrust, in our friends and family. In and of themselves, white lies can produce interactions that are less intimate and personal. In The Liar in Your Life, psychology professor Robert Feldman, one of the world's leading authorities on deception, draws on his immense body of knowledge to give fresh insights into how and why we lie, how our culture has become increasingly tolerant of deception, the cost it exacts on us, and what to do about it. Welche Nahrungsmittel halten wir für gesund, obwohl sie uns sogar schaden? This is the business opportunity of the decade. My mother declared she didn't believe me, and I confessed to what I'd done.
Deception of others and self-deception share many more interconnections than is normally recognized, and these essays reveal the benefits of considering them together. The difference between malicious liars such as stereotypical, greedy admins and con artists and common liars who either want to promote their own self image through lies or their audience's self-esteem becomes startlingly clear, making it difficult to consider lying in such a black and white way as before reading the book. Used textbooks do not come with supplemental materials. Possible loose bindings, highlighting, cocked spine or torn dust jackets. Q and A with Robert Feldman Author of The Liar in Your Life: The Way to Truthful Relationships What was the most surprising thing you found in doing your research on lying? And many of us lie to ourselves as much as we are lied to by others. So I'm often trying to figure out how accurate others are, when in the past I might accept what they say at face value. I work very hard to be completely honest and to avoid, as much as possible, the small dishonesties that are endemic to social relationships.
As an intellectual work, it was thought provoking, and I don't know any better complement to give such a piece. His books, which have been translated into languages ranging from Spanish and French to Chinese and Japanese, include The Liar in Your Life, Understanding Psychology, Essentials of Understanding Psychology, Fundamentals of Nonverbal Behavior, Development of Nonverbal Behavior in Children, Social Psychology, Development Across the Life Span, and P. The Liar in Your Life is a book that addresses lying from different aspects. Yes, Clinton lied and was punished by undergoing the humiliation of the impeachment process. Certainly, deception is hardly a new phenomenon think Garden of Eden , but more recently, I believe the lies of the Clinton era have made Americans more tolerant of deception.
And I think that doing that makes us more sensitive and understanding of what others are really saying to us. Using modern examples Enron, etc. Why do people lie so much? Why do people lie so regularly? In The Liar in Your Life, psychology professor Robert Feldman, one of the world's leading authorities on deception, draws on his immense body of knowledge to give fresh insights into how and why we lie, how our culture has become increasingly tolerant of deception, the cost it exacts on us, and what to do about it. May be without endpapers or title page. No defects, little sign of use.
. Mr Feldman ,himself a psychologist, has given a good explanation of the reasons we lie knowingly or unknowingly and as to the difficulty of tracing a lie. Professor Robert Feldman takes a scientific approach, presenting what the research tells us about human beings and deception. Can you tell if someone is lying? It turns out that in many cases we accept and even embrace the lies of others. It does talk thoroughly about the forms of lying we're usually accustomed to referring to as lying, but it also addresses other interesting forms of lying which may not be as harmful Some are even necessary. The other misconception is that we are relentless truth-seekers.
By understanding that we're exposed to so many lies, it really does make one listen to others more closely. A new study by Robert Feldman and Mattityahu Zimbler, a graduate student, published in the Journal of Applied Social Psychology October 2011 , finds that communication using computers for instant messaging and e-mail increases lying compared to face-to-face conversations, with e-mail messages containing the most lies. Feldman presents a clear picture of lies in everyday life, from a narrow individual perspective that gradually builds to the expected lies that permeate every facet of society. As a self-help piece, well, there were some fun stories in it. Popular kids lie better; social confidence allows lying without showing distress. He also provides startling evidence of just how integral lying is to our culture; indeed, his research shows that two people, meeting for the first time, will lie to each other an average of three times in the first ten minutes of a conversation. Not necessarily sealed or unused, but close.
When I discovered how often lies were used in everyday conversation—for instance, that two people getting acquainted lie an average of three times in ten minutes—I was stunned. Used textbooks do not come with supplemental materials. You'll also learn to recognise the lies you yourself tell, and in doing so how you can embrace a more honest approach to life. However, it is still important to realize that lying is an inherent part of society which must be accepted and understood — we must learn to live with it and with ourselves. I do still think this book is a good read. Feldman, who is winner of the College Distinguished Teacher award, has also taught courses at Mount Holyoke College, Wesleyan University, and Virginia Commonwealth University. Most people have no better than a coin-flip chance of telling a lie from the truth.
I may have my suspicions, but I've learned enough from my own research to know that it's too easy to make mistakes. We are actually living in a bigger and bigger bubble of lying world. So, I was lying to her, but in order to ferret out the truth, she lied to me, too. It's clear, succinct, well written, accessible, entertaining, edifying and to the point. Reading copies and binding copies fall into this category. Are there any incidents from your early life that foreshadowed your professional interest in lying? This title is In Stock in the Booktopia Distribution Centre. Why do people lie so much? His work is at once surprising and sobering, full of corrections for common myths and explanations of pervasive oversimplifications.
And many of the cues we think are associated with lying are unrelated to deception. When I began my research, I thought lies were rare, something uncommon and only occasionally found in daily life. I thought this book was interesting in the fact that it really highlights how much lying goes on in every single conversation and how to a certain extent some of it is almost crucial but, if it is not for the ease of the conversation ease as in flow then there is a residual effect that lying causes, so the goal is not to be perfect but to be better, the less is more theory basically. One is that there are certain cues that always betray a liar, and that we can spot them and use them to identify liars. It may uncomfortable, you may not get the answer you want, and the exchange may lead to further deceptions on the part of the liar. On the other hand, white lies can promote harmony as opposed to honestly telling others what we really think of them.
Feldman uses this discussion of deception to explore ways we can cope with infidelity, betrayal, and mistrust, in our friends and family. This book drops on August 3rd. He is winner of a Fulbright Senior Research Scholar and Lecturer award and has written more than 100 books, book chapters, and scientific articles. Possible loose bindings, highlighting, cocked spine or torn dust jackets. When I began my research, I thought lies were rare, something uncommon and only occasionally found in daily life.