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  • In: Encyclopedia of Deception
  • Edited by: Timothy R. Levine
  • Subject:Interpersonal Relationships, Interpersonal Communication, Moral Development

Plausibility, typically defined as having the quality of appearing believable, persuasive, and valuable, is one of the factors that can help people discriminate truth-tellers from liars. Research has been conducted in 60 interviews to analyze the plausibility of truth-tellers ...

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