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A little lie may make you a big liar

A little lie may make you a big liar

Telling self-serving lies may gradually lead people to a bigger one and finally push them down a slippery slope where their brains may start to adapt to the dishonesty, making deceit look much easier, an interesting study has revealed.

Here is how we behave when we lie

Here is how we behave when we lie

The study tells us how people behave when they lie.

Kids who can understand others' thoughts likelier to lie

As per a recent study, kids who are taught to reason about the mental states of others are more likely to use deception to win a reward.

Good liars have better thinking skills: Study

Children who are good at lying have better verbal working memory and thinking skills, a new study has found for the first time.

People lie only when they can save their face

People are likely to cheat on a task in favour of their self-interest only when the situation provides them enough room to save their face, says a study.

Lying on Facebook leads to false memories

Lying on Facebook leads to false memories

Do you fabricate your profile on Facebook to earn more likes? Remember that this habit can lead to feelings of shame and worthlessness later in life.

Brain wave may help investigators spot liars

Bringing out the truth from people involved in an investigation may soon be a lot easier as researchers have found that a particular brain wave could be used to tell whether someone recognises details they encountered in life.

Your unconscious mind can detect a lie

When it comes to detecting deceit, your unconscious mind may be more accurate than conscious thought in pegging truth-tellers and liars, according to a new research.

Ex-Guatemalan soldier sentenced to US prison for lying

A former Guatemalan special forces soldier has been sentenced to 10 years in an American prison for lying on his US citizenship papers about his alleged role in a civil war massacre more than three decades ago.

Liars find it more rewarding to tell truth than fib

Liars find it more rewarding to tell the truth rather than lying when deceiving others, a new research has found.

How lying, cheating in childhood could lead to dangerous lifestyle in adulthood

A research has tried to study whether certain boys are headed for trouble in future.

Lying to docs could be harmful for you

Telling lies to your doctors could lead to serious health problems, a study has claimed.

Lying sends temperature of nose soaring

Scientists have claimed that a rise in anxiety after lying increases the temperature of the tip of your nose.

Now, computer can spot if someone is lying!

Now, you can easily spot if someone
is lying to you, with the help of a computer, say scientists.

Now, computer can spot if someone is lying!

Now, you can easily spot if someone
is lying to you, with the help of a computer, say scientists.

Text, lies and video tape: People likely to lie when texting!

People are more likely to lie when texting and most honest in video chats, says a new study.

Buddhadeb accuses Mamata of lying

West Bengal Chief Minister
Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee on Sunday accused Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee of "lying" about setting up railway industry
in the state and said she would not set up a single unit.

Ukraine PM refuses to recognise `lying` Yanukovych

Defeated election candidate Yulia Tymoshenko refused to recognise Viktor Yanukovych as Ukraine`s new president, vowing to fight to consolidate a parliamentary majority against him.

Is that statement really a lie?

Lying by politicians has emerged as a burning debate topic from time to time.