Spy the lie : former CIA officers teach you how to detect deception /

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Author / Creator:Houston, Philip, author.
Imprint:New York : St. Martin's Griffin, 2013.
Description:xiii, 258 pages ; 21 cm
Subject:Lie detectors and detection.
Truthfulness and falsehood.
Lie detectors and detection.
Truthfulness and falsehood.
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/10075366
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Other authors / contributors:Floyd, Michael, author.
Carnicero, Susan, author.
Tennant, Don, contributor.
ISBN:9781250029621 (pbk.)
1250029627 (pbk.)
Notes:Includes index.
Table of Contents:
  • Acknowledgments
  • 8. What Deception Looks Like
  • 9. Truth in the Lie: Spying Unintended Messages
  • 10. You Don't Ask, You Don't Get
  • 11. Managing Deception to Gain the Advantage
  • 12. Let's Be Careful Out There
  • 13. A Textbook Case of Deception
  • 14. Okay, So Now What?
  • Appendix I. Suggested Question Lists
  • Appendix II. A Sample Narrative Analysis Based on the Model
  • Glossary
  • Introduction: Welcome to Our World
  • About the Authors and Writer
  • Index
  • 1. The Difficulty We Have in Calling Someone a Liar
  • 2. Navigating the Deception Detection Obstacle Course
  • 3. The Methodology: It All Comes Down to This
  • 4. The Deception Paradox: Ignoring the Truth in Order to Find the Truth
  • 5. What Deception Sounds Like
  • 6. The Most Powerful Lies
  • 7. The Wrath of the Liar