Lying, Deception, Body Language, and Persuasion
Research Papers Worth Reading On Deceit, Body Language, Influence etc.. (with links to pdfs)
Sixteen Enjoyable Emotions. – (2003) Emotion Researcher, 18, 6-7. by Ekman, P
“Become Versed in Reading Faces”. Entrepreneur, 26 March 2009. Ekman, P. (2009)
Intoduction: Expression Of Emotion – In RJ Davidson, KR Scherer, & H.H. Goldsmith (Eds.) Handbook of Afective Sciences. Pp. 411-414.Keltner, D. & Ekman, P (2003)
Facial Expression Of Emotion. – In M.Lewis and J Haviland-Jones (eds) Handbook of emotions, 2nd edition. Pp. 236-249. New York: Guilford Publications, Inc. Keltner, D. & Ekman, P. (2000)
Emotional And Conversational Nonverbal Signals. – In L.Messing & R. Campbell (eds.) Gesture, Speech and Sign. Pp. 45-55. London: Oxford University Press.
A Few Can Catch A Liar. – Psychological Science, 10, 263-266. Ekman, P., O’Sullivan, M., Frank, M. (1999)
Deception, Lying And Demeanor.- In States of Mind: American and Post-Soviet Perspectives on Contemporary Issues in Psychology . D.F. Halpern and A.E.Voiskounsky (Eds.) Pp. 93-105. New York: Oxford University Press.
Lying And Deception. – In N.L. Stein, P.A. Ornstein, B. Tversky & C. Brainerd (Eds.) Memory for everyday and emotional events. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 333-347.
Lies That Fail.- In M. Lewis & C. Saarni (Eds.) Lying and deception in everyday life. Pp. 184-200. New York: Guilford Press.
Who Can Catch A Liar. -American Psychologist, 1991, 46, 913-120.
Hazards In Detecting Deceit. In D. Raskin, (Ed.) Psychological Methods for Investigation and Evidence. New York: Springer. 1989. (pp 297-332)
Self-Deception And Detection Of Misinformation. In J.S. Lockhard & D. L. Paulhus (Eds.) Self-Deception: An Adaptive Mechanism?. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1988. Pp. 229- 257.
Mistakes When Deceiving. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1981, 364, 269-278.
Nonverbal Leakage And Clues To Deception Psychiatry, 1969, 32, 88-105.
Psychologist Paul Ekman joins Harry Kreisler to talk about his scientific work on the human face. They discuss what is now known about the role of the face in human emotions and the implications of these insights for human communication, self understanding and national security.
Paul Ekman is a world-renowned behavioral neuroscientist and the inventor of the Facial Action Coding System (FACS). His work is the basis for the FOX television series “Lie to Me,” starring Tim Roth. In this lecture, Ekman talks with Center for Mind and Brain researcher Clifford Saron in a wide-ranging discussion focusing on Ekman’s research into compassion and deceit.
Video 4: FBI Agent Explains How To Spot Liars