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Title: 欺瞞時における判断者および行為者の意識
Other Titles: Attitude of the Judge and Behavior in the Deception
Authors: 羽佐田, 紗世
井田, 政則
HASADA, Sayo
IDA, Masanori
Keywords: deception
attitude
non-verbal communication
Issue Date: 31-Mar-2018
Publisher: 立正大学心理学部
Abstract:  In psychology, a lie is called deceptive communication and classified as one of communication ways. In non-verbal communication, although it is difficult to read one’s feeling from a lie, the feeling is expressed unconsciously. If there is a strong incentive to protect one’s feeling, it is possible to control the utterance content and expression, but a lie becomes easy to come out in non-verbal cues. This study considered the attitude of the judge and behavior in the deception. In the preliminary study, a questionnaire survey was conducted about the attitude in the conversation. The result of preliminary study for 30 university students on attitude in conversation showed that the speaker was aware of own language and the listener was conscious of speaker’s language and face. Based on the preliminary study, at first, the attitude of the judge in the deception was researched using a questionnaire; participants were men and women 102 people from their teens to their 60s. The result indicated that the judge thought to be able to spot the lie by focusing on behavior’s face. Next, the attitude of the behavior in the deception was examined: participants ware 8 university students. The result the experiment to tell a lie suggested that the behavior was conscious of own expression so that it was not suspected to be lying. The judge watches a part of the body where the lie is hard to come out. Thus, it is difficult to identify one’s feeling from a lie.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11266/6577
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