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International Deception. Charles F. Bond, Jr. Texas Christian University . International Deception. Behavior. Judgment. Belief. American and Jordanian Lies. 60 Americans 60 Jordanians English Arabic Lie about acquaintances. (Bond et al, 1990).

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International deception

International Deception

Charles F. Bond, Jr.

Texas Christian University


International deception1
International Deception

Behavior

Judgment

Belief


60 americans 60 jordanians english arabic lie about acquaintances

American and Jordanian Lies

60 Americans60 JordaniansEnglish Arabic Lie about acquaintances

(Bond et al, 1990)


American and Jordanian Behavior

Eye Contact

Head Movements


Judgments across 3 Nations

(Bond & Atoum, 2000)

Liars

U.S.

Jordan

India

U.S.

Jordan

India

Judges


Three Nations, Three Modalities

Audio

U.S.

Jordan

India

Video

AV


Accuracy of Lie Detection

% Correct Judgments

Audio Video AV

Audio Video AV

Own Nation

Other Nation


Perceived Honesty

% Truth Judgments

Audio Video AV

Audio Video AV

Own Nation

Other Nation


Beliefs about Deception

(Global Deception Research Team, In progress)

  • 75 nations

  • 4800 residents

  • 42 languages



How can you tell?

Eyes

Nervous

Incoherent

Move Body

Inconsistent

% of Respondents


How can you tell?

Differing Beliefs about Eye Contact

% of respondents


Questions about Behaviors

More eye contact

Less eye contact

Neither

More shifting

Less shifting

Neither

More self-touching

Less self-touching

Neither

Longer stories

Shorter stories

Neither

% Responses


More eye contact when lying?


How many per week?

Taiwan Portugal . . . USA . . . Pakistan Algeria



How many do you detect?

% Detected

Sweden Norway . . . USA . . . Armenia Turkey



How many of yours succeed?

% Detected

Moldova Botswana . . . USA . . . Argentina Chile



Acknowledgements

Algeria R. Messili

Argentina S. Tifner

Armenia H. Datevyan

Australia K. Williams

Austria M. Voracek

Belgium B. Rimé

Bolivia M. Schulmeyer

Botswana M. Munyae

Brazil M. Pereira

Burkina faso D. Donatien

Cameroon T. Tchombe

Canada K. Lee

Chile M. Koljatic

China Y. Zhang

Colombia O. Rodriguez

Croatia I. Sverko

Cyprus A. Kapardis

Czech Rep. I. Stuchlikova

Domin. Rep. C. Matuk

Egypt R. Ahmed

Estonia T. Aavik

Finland M. Niemi

France P. Banton

Georgia G. Nizharadze

Germany G. Koehnken

Ghana S. Reynolds

Pakistan F. Ahmad

Paraguay M. Basualdo

Peru D. Herrera

Phillipines C. Conaco

Poland B. Pawlowski

Portugal F. Neto

Romania I. Roxana

Russia D. Khalturina

Samoa M. Kerslake

Serbia A. Kostik

Slovakia L. Lovas

Slovenia V. Rus

South Africa C. Tredoux

Spain J. Masip

Sri Lanka R. Gunawardhane

Swaziland P. Mngadi

Sweden M. Hartwig

Switerland R. Wright

Taiwan T. Huang

Togo V. Talwar

TrinidadTobago D. Chadee

Turkey M. Ker-Dincer

U.A.E. M. Abu-Hilal

United Kingdom A. Vrij

U.S.A. S. Rao

Greece F. Kukkinaki

India V. Giri

Indonesia N. Hasanat

Iran H. Bahrami

Ireland J. Horgan

Israel J. Kurman

Italy L. Caso

Japan T. Oka

Jordan A. Atoum

Kenya R. Rono

Korea H. Han

Kuwait R. Ahmed

Lithuania R. Simulioniene

Malaysia R. Ismail

Malta R. Holland

Mauritius U. Bhowon

Mexico C. Benjet

Micronesia R. Churney

Moldova C. Platon

Morocco A. Ghayur

Nepal S. Niraula

Netherlands H. Merckelbach

New Zealand L. Johnston

Norway A. Melinder


Best Cues for Lie Detection

(DePaulo et al, 2003)

Audible distancing

Ambivalence

Lack of detail

Uncertainty

50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100%

Percentage Accuracy



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