by Robert Feldman
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A leading psychology professor explores the role of lying in today's culture, discussing why people lie, why some deceptions are perceived as harmless, and the best ways to manage a habitual liar.
August 4, 2009 In his new book, The Liar In Your Life: The Way To Truthful Relationships, Robert Feldman explains how we lie, and why we've developed such a high tolerance for deception. Feldman is associate dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Massachusetts. He's also a professor of psychology there.
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