Robert S. Feldman: Liar by Robert S. Feldman



Some good facts but the writer flipping has all the time in the world I NEVER not finish a book but this was so damn boring I had to go give it back to the libs before I died of fatigue Insightful and interesting Not uite as good as Malcolm Gladwell but this book does raise some Ever told someone they looked 'great' when they really looked awful Ever said ou'd be 'there in a second' knowing it would be like five minutes Ever made up an excuse to get out of a difficult situationOr claimed that ou never told liesNever LiarBut don't feel bad we all tell lies all the time Two.

To read bought Dublin Even though it was too long and contained a lot of unnecessary rambling I still enjoyed it The amount of research that went into it is impressive and it was very well presented It had some really interesting facts and overall it was a pretty informative read. Ife liars who were caught in the act as well as ears of research into deception Robert Feldman one of the world's leading authorities in the field reveals the truth about why we lie including how children learn to do it what it costs us how we benefit and how it can fail with catastrophic conseuence.

Nteresting uestions and he does some hilarious experiments on people which make it worthwhile Everything about this book the ideas behind it interesting facts and studies stories were great The actual Writing though could ve been much better uite interesting ideas but a bit boring. To three times in a ten minute conversation is the average according to the latest research From the 'white lies' that help smooth over tricky social situations to lies told with intent to harm lying plays a huge and crucial role in our society at every levelDrawing on mindboggling examples of real

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Robert S Feldman is Dean in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences and Professor of Psychology at the University of Massachusetts Amherst Feldman who is winner of the College Distinguished Teacher award has also taught courses at Mount Holyoke College Wesleyan University and Virginia Commonwealth University A Fellow of the American Psychological Association and the American Psycholo