Interpersonal Deception: I. Deceivers’ Reactions to Receivers’ Suspicions and Probing.
Investigates mutual influence in deception in a study on the effectiveness of probing as a detection strategy. Proposes that receivers communicate suspicion in probing questions, causing deceivers to alter their nonverbal presentations and appear more convincing; Background and theoretical development; Method; Results.
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Jamie Comstock. "Interpersonal Deception: I. Deceivers’ Reactions to Receivers’ Suspicions and Probing." Communication Monographs 58 (1991): 1-24.
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