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Increasing scepticism toward potential liars: effects of existential threat on veracity judgments and the moderating role of honesty norm activation
(Frontiers Research Foundation, 2015)
With the present research, we investigated effects of existential threat on veracity judgments. According to several meta-analyses, people judge potentially deceptive messages of other people as true rather than as false (so-called truth bias). This judgmental bias has been shown to depend on how people weigh the error of judging a true message as a lie (error 1) and the error of judging a lie as a true message (error 2). The weight of these errors has been further shown to be affected by situational variables. Given ...