The Science of Deception is a well-researched book. The first part of the book begins by discussing the various types of deception. This ranges from intentionally telling a lie to giving a misleading statement. This book also discusses what motivates people to be deceptive and explains how men and women differ in their use of deception. The second half of the book reviews the evolution of detecting deception. It addresses early primitive methods such as torture to more modern-day approaches like polygraphs. This book challenges the simplistic view toward deception analysis and introduces readers to a novel approach to detecting deception called Forensic Psycho-Physio Linguistics. This book is sure to benefit anyone in their professional and personal relationships. --- MARK MCCLISH (Director of Advanced Interviewing Concepts: Harrisburg, NC, USA)
Reza Jelveh is a linguist with numerouspublications and conference presentations,including a talk on language and deception at HarvardUniversity in 2015. He has enjoyed the guidance ofmany worldly-known scholars including ProfessorNoam Chomsky. He is currently a lecturer and aresearcher at Tehran Institute of Technology in Iran.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Deception, lie detection, Language, Forensic Science, psychology, physiology
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