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Sender and Receiver Lie Frequencies and Motives: Testing Predictions from Truth-Default Theory.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Southern Communication Journal. Jul/Aug2022, Vol. 87 Issue 3, p220-234. 15p. 1 Diagram, 1 Chart, 1 Graph.

Abstract:Lie frequency and motives were examined from the perspectives of senders and receivers. Participants (N = 294) were randomly assigned to either report on recent lies they told or on lies told to them by others. Based on truth-default theory, it was pre...

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Too Good To Be True: Influencing Credibility Perceptions with Signaling Reference Explicitness and Assurance Depth.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Journal of Business Ethics. Jul2022, Vol. 178 Issue 3, p695-714. 20p. 1 Diagram, 7 Charts.

Abstract:We investigate how the selection of assurance topics and the format of their communication influence the credibility perception of sustainability report readers. This is important because misleading communication may discredit ethical sustainability as...

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Understanding International Credibility and Its Changes: Taking China as an Example.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):East Asian Affairs. Jun2022, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p1-28. 28p.

Abstract:This paper defines international credibility as the comprehensive evaluation of the trustworthiness of a country's capabilities and intentions by other countries in the international community. It is not only a reflection of the country's national capa...

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Acceptable Use: Morality and Credibility Struggles in Swedish 1960s Alcohol and Illicit Drug (Ab)use Research and Policy.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Minerva: A Review of Science, Learning & Policy. Sep2022, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p419-440. 22p.

Abstract:This article explores morality and credibility struggles in connection to two officially sanctioned public Swedish experiments launched in the late 1960s to investigate the (ab)use of alcohol and illicit drugs, especially in relation to young people, a...

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Unpacking variation in lie prevalence: Prolific liars, bad lie days, or both?

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Communication Monographs. Sep2022, Vol. 89 Issue 3, p307-331. 25p. 1 Chart, 3 Graphs.

Abstract:Testing truth-default theory, individual-level variation in lie frequency was parsed from within-individual day-to-day variation (good/bad lie days) by examining 116,366 lies told by 632 participants over 91 days. As predicted and consistent with prior...

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Little White Lies.

Publication Type:Periodical

Source(s):History Today; Apr2022, Issue 4, p12-16, 5p

Abstract:The article focuses on retired intellectual, politician and humanist Giovanni Pontano and his belief that deception and lies were vital for leaders to maintain society during the 15th century. Topics include the views of early and medieval Christian ph...

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Just Admit It: The Business World Needs Bullsh*tters.

Publication Type:Periodical

Source(s):Fortune. Apr/May2022, Vol. 185 Issue 2, p52-53. 2p. 1 Color Photograph.

Abstract:The author offers his opinion on business attitudes as of April 2022, including the "reassuring yet indistinct, confident yet vague" language used by businessman Mark Zuckerberg.

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The Consistency of a Certain Medieval-Like Solution to the Liar Paradox. Proof Given by Bolesław Sobociński.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):History & Philosophy of Logic. Aug2022, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p275-283. 9p.

Abstract:In Formale Logik, published in 1956, J. M. Bocheński presented his first proposal for the solution to the liar paradox, which he related to Paul of Venice's argumentation from Logica Magna. A formalized version of this solution was then presented in Fo...

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LYING BY OMISSION: EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Filozofia Nauki / Philosophy of Science. 2021, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p189-208. 20p.

Abstract:Leading theories of lying disagree on many points, but they agree on the following assumption: lying essentially involves asserting. The possibility of lying by omission poses a challenge to that shared assumption. To lie by omission is to lie by not a...

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PRETENDING TO BE GOOD: EXPLAINING WEI 偽 IN THE XUNZI.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Philosophy East & West. Jul2022, Vol. 72 Issue 3, p671-692. 22p.

Abstract:The article focuses on debate over evaluation of teachings of philosopher Xunzi, and mentions use of the term wei to refer falseness or inauthenticity. Topics discussed include wei's appearance in corpus written by scholars since publication of the exc...

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